Wednesday, March 6, 2013

56: Rounded Gothic

If you took an angular Gothic letter and gently blew a little air into it, it would swell out to be Rounded Gothic.  The sides are still parallel; the interior space is still the width of the strokes; all you've done is smooth out the sharp corners.  This style is easier to read, and distracts less from the text, than angular Gothic, while maintaining Gothic verticality and overall texture.  

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