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A nice find today poking around tumblr: Best font ever! The end of the road seems to be "Tyler V." here, via here and here, but still no designer name attached to this thing. Please let us know who you are, oh hirsute one, in the comments!
The designer is Tim Yarzhombeck and the original link is:
isnt it annoying when people don't tell you where things come from or who made them? to your credit you actually care to find out!
Hey There : )
It's by a chap called Tim! http://timbeck.livejournal.com/559023.html
Maybe Tim has a beard. Or maybe it was gradually shaved away in the making of this font ;)
This is one of the coolest fonts I've seen! :D And I'm a sucker for fonts, I've downloaded a bunch and never use them...
I am in love! What a fun font. I can't wait to start playing with it. Thank you for asking for the credit. Artists everywhere applaud you
This font is fully sick. it's the best font I've ever come across,
keep up the good work:D-I<
Wow! How can I download this?
hey, this is soo cool..way to go!!!
HOW CAN I DL THIS BEAUTIFUL FONT??!!
I'm certain this was never a font. It is just a really cool illustration of an alphabet. Fonts are like silkscreens: you can only make them one color so that the end user can change that color in their text editor. Tim would have had to overlay four different glyphs to get one of the "characters" you see above. Super dooper unlikely. Maybe this illustration will inspire a font though.
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