Friday, 2 July 2010

I Wish I Had Done This.

Guess where I found this cool font? At the totally uncool Woodlands NLB! It's from the DVD cover of Bjork's concert at the Royal Opera House (2002). Till I track down the identity of this font, I will call it Bjork for now.
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Literally minutes later, I got the answer I was looking for: Thanks to David from Identifont.com. Vespertine is a linear font designed specifically for the icelandic artist Björk by M/M Paris.
http://www.mmparis.com/bjorkasabook/bjorkasabook01.html
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This is what I would call a highly evolved being camouflaged in a seemingly child-like form.