by Julia Hummel
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This curvy, unique and interesting typeface caught my eye. The complicated but clean and fresh typeface, Lemniscate, was created by a Bulgarian designer Rosy Gorolova. I admire the creativity and the boundaries Gorolova pushed with this typeface. Although it becomes very difficult when choosing typefaces, this complex typeface catches someone’s eye without completely overpowering the work and can be used great with large decorative titles or headlines. The thin strokes used within the design evokes a light, fresh, liquidity feel enforcing its ability to be cohesive with other print material whether it is a fashion advertisement, creative magazine, or album cover. Not only can this be used as a successful typeface, but as an interesting and attractive piece of artwork as well.
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