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DaySquareCut: an old font makes a comeback

One of my earliest fonts was DaySquareCut, my interpretation of Lewis F. Day's Quasi-Chinese lettering, which I released in 1997. I withdrew it a couple of years after that, but have revisited it.

It's been completely re-designed. The proportions have been changed slightly, and the lower-case letters are much wider than they used to be. I've also added lots of characters, so that most European Latin script languages can be written in it. Not that I'd write anything more than a short title in it, mind. This is definitely a decorative face.


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