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    Typographical material (simply stated although incorrectly, fonts) can be like anything else. There are no rules. It is impossible to distinguish… Read More
    Typographical material (simply stated although incorrectly, fonts) can be like anything else. There are no rules. It is impossible to distinguish typographical material according to form, use or treatment. It has always been different from other types of letters in that it is intended for reproduction and that the selection of a font defines how letters make up words: the process of typesetting is prefabricated. Read Less
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Keymap of the font »Srafure«.All the compositions were typeset with this font in InDesign.
1-1, print, 100/140 cm, 2005
1-2, print, 100/140 cm, 2005
1-3, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
1-7, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Elastic Space-A-1-1, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Elastic Space-A-1-2, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Elastic Space-B-1-4, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-A-1-1, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-A-1-3, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-A-3, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-B-1, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-C-1, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-D-1, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
Broken Space-G-1, print, 50/70 cm, 2005
From the website http://www.rototype.org/ (http://www.rototype.org/srafure_an.html)