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EF Wood

https://efwoodportfolio.wordpress.com/

EF has posted 1 Use and 4 Sets.
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I'm a fan of all kinds of fonts. A few years ago I learned to write in all-caps wingdings by hand, and can still sort of read it. I didn't like having to draw every finger on every hand every time I used the letter B, so after a while each letter got simplified, until a circled cross, the letter W, became a single-stroke lollipop form not unlike a backwards capital P with a cowlick. Over years I reached a critical point where the figures could not possibly get any simpler. I learned a lot about design from this, as the script mutated freely-- I didn't have to worry that anyone else should be read it, because More…

I'm a fan of all kinds of fonts. A few years ago I learned to write in all-caps wingdings by hand, and can still sort of read it. I didn't like having to draw every finger on every hand every time I used the letter B, so after a while each letter got simplified, until a circled cross, the letter W, became a single-stroke lollipop form not unlike a backwards capital P with a cowlick. Over years I reached a critical point where the figures could not possibly get any simpler. I learned a lot about design from this, as the script mutated freely-- I didn't have to worry that anyone else should be read it, because nobody could, sometimes not even me. Sometimes I used to sign my initials in that mutant script, but it was stupid of me, no one could read it.