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Trečiokas by Rokas Cicenas
Trečiokas is a two font family based on written letters that were sketched by using paint markers and polished digitally afterwards. The glyphs are mostly connected, leaving some separate as a contrast to round and soft letter shapes. It also includes extended latin character set.
Cicenas adds: "In 2013 I made the Aerofont project, which included custom music instruments that were made based on Trečiokas Normal letter shapes. The main idea was to connect music and typography, by making sound emitting letters."
Trečiokas (opens in new tab) is available to download over on MyFonts.
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