The objective of the project was to create a specialized cut of a classic typeface.
With Clarendon printed, I began drawing letters over and over again experimenting with lots of different variations, and what exactly it could mean to look droopy. When the distinguishing characteristics began to form, I made a rule list and curated it over the course of the rest of the project to maintain a uniform system.
The typeface itself is groovy and droopy in look and feel, and is a successful take on a classic.
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