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AR Techni Typeface by artekhtypo AR Techni Typeface by artekhtypo
AR Techni TTF v2.1

Geometric rounded sans serif.

This is a type rounded sans serif, was drawn with geometric precision.

Inspired by the latest trends in web/graphic design and some architectural influences.

Optimized for use in logos, web pages and any design project.

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Sólo Para Uso Personal y No Comercial / ó de Negocios.
Para Uso Comercial / ó de Negocios Contáctame.

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MartinSilvertant Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Professional General Artist
Not too sure about the diagonal direction of 'e' but I guess it fits the geometric construction; at least the Bauhaus-inspired typefaces feature the same thing. Very nice typeface though. I like how the joins are a bit darker, giving it a bit of an appearance of hot metal setting.
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artekhtypo Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Professional Artist
Thank you very much for your comments, very good analysis of my typefaces. A very good constructive criticism. I am an architect and it is not strange that I have some influence of the Bauhaus... ;)
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MartinSilvertant Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Professional General Artist
You're welcome. I can be harsh in my criticism sometimes but I'm always fair. Not always right of course as a lot is subjective. I actually find it interesting though how others always see mistakes you didn't see. I guess it's because you stare at these letters for so long you become so used to even the flaws.
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