2 of 5 stars
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Designer Martzi Hegedus’ Frustro typeface is a well-executed implementation of the kind of idea that occurs to most type students at some point or another: letterforms that appear as if they’re facing in more than one direction.


The banality of the idea doesn’t take away from the fact that the end result is really quite handsome. I like it a lot, and expect to see it on a record sleeve or movie poster at some point. See the full project here.


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