Tabarnak

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Release Year
2012
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Classification
Script, Brush Script
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Digital
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brush script, display, italic, serif

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Tabarnak started out as an assessment and correction of an old concept by George Wilkens. The original idea was for a bold upright alphabet reminiscent of Oz Cooper’s work, but ornamented with some shocard/signage traits. That idea was radically redrawn and reinvented to become a simple 21st century font made to turn heads and induce a friendly rush. Tabarnouche is Tabarnak’s “jittery” incarnation.

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Last edited by Dave Dawson on October 6, 2012, 09:06am EST

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