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futuracha the font by odysseas gp.

futuracha the font by odysseas gp.

i like that there are two versions of each letter, it gives designs more variety.

i like that there are two versions of each letter, it gives designs more variety.

Minimalist Alphabet -- Isn't it amazing how our brains can interpret just a tiny bit of the letter?

Minimalist Alphabet -- Isn't it amazing how our brains can interpret just a tiny bit of the letter?

Design by studiosap, via Behance | #typography #design #alphabet The shapes and lines really go together and I love everything the typeface offers.

Design by studiosap, via Behance | #typography #design #alphabet The shapes and lines really go together and I love everything the typeface offers.

NATIVE on Typography Served

NATIVE on Typography Served

monogram font

monogram font

MONOGRAM Embroidery Designs Free Embroidery Design Patterns Applique

MONOGRAM Embroidery Designs Free Embroidery Design Patterns Applique

Idk if I'm looking to deep into this but is the artist portraying that true beauty is natural

Idk if I'm looking to deep into this but is the artist portraying that true beauty is natural

.A lotus, whose roots are deep in the ground must rise above the surface to reach the sun..., build strong roots and then root down to rise up...

.A lotus, whose roots are deep in the ground must rise above the surface to reach the sun..., build strong roots and then root down to rise up...

The Antikythera Mechanism by Michæl Paukner -- The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient mechanical calculator designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 1900-01 from the Antikythera wreck, but its complexity and significance were not understood until decades later. It is now thought to have been built about 100-150 BC. Technological artifacts of similar complexity did not reappear until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks appeared in Europe.

The Antikythera Mechanism by Michæl Paukner -- The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient mechanical calculator designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 1900-01 from the Antikythera wreck, but its complexity and significance were not understood until decades later. It is now thought to have been built about 100-150 BC. Technological artifacts of similar complexity did not reappear until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks appeared in Europe.