On Thursday we were asked to print our designs and pin them up to the wall to share in a group crit. It was exciting to see how different all our projects looked, and how far along we were. Some students had chosen monoline geometric designs, which proved to be very difficult to pull off. According to Bruno, bolder designs leave more room for error, and so cheating or hiding imperfections becomes easier.

My font was the boldest of the lot. Four days into designing a typeface for the first time and I was already called a cheater. Excellent.

He was right though. A bold typeface did allow me to fudge things a bit. In the case of the uppercase S, a very difficult character to design, I was able to use Futura’s S as the basis for mine.

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