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    *Combined Letterforms: combine two typographic characters—one positive (black) and one negative (white)—to create a single typographic mark, whil… Read More
    *Combined Letterforms: combine two typographic characters—one positive (black) and one negative (white)—to create a single typographic mark, while trying to ensure that both characters are fully legible. The following were important considerations: a) the interaction of form and counterform, b) aymmetrical composition, c) contrast and similarity, d) and legibility. *Originally created in Adobe InDesign: posted here are flatbed scans of the original hardcopy printouts. Read Less
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* Combined Letterforms
 
Combine two typographic characters—one positive (black) and one negative (white)—to create a single typographic mark, while trying to ensure that both characters are fully legible. The following were important considerations:

+ the interaction of form and counterform
+ aymmetrical composition
+ contrast and similarity
+ legibility
 
* Originally created in Adobe InDesign: posted here are flatbed scans of the hardcopy printouts