Peruvian Textile Designs by Caren Caraway
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Thank you for the pointers, Jay.
Bummer that Dum Dum Studio doesn’t mention the source of their interpretation. I hope they’ll remedy that. Dolby (right) is clearly based on Square (left), as shown in the comparison below. Instead of the biform alternates of the original, it has upper- and lowercase glyphs of different height. Not all of the changes strike me as wise: using flipped forms of V/W for M/N introduces a lot of flurry, and the designs for f, j, t or 1 (and also J and L) inevitably cause spacing problems.