Fragile Self identity and artwork
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Here’s a comparison of a printed sample of the original metal Florida (top, reversed), the digitization by VirusFonts (middle), and the interpretation by José A. Álvarez (bottom).
VirusFonts’ version is softer, with rounded stroke terminals, which might suggest it is based directly on the film titles. Álvarez’ take is razor-sharp and preserves the subtle flaring in the stems of ‘N’ or the bars of ‘E’.
Where can I find some more information about Álvarez’s work? Please. Thank you.
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The font embedded in the website reveals that this custom version of Florida is named Fragile Self Display. It includes an alternate form for Q.
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Hi Florian, many thanks for your review and update on our work. We are very much appreciated!