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This article was published on February 17, 2011


The Alphabet Font Created Using 114 Photoshop Files

The Alphabet Font Created Using 114 Photoshop Files
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TodayAndTomorrow alerted us to this really clever font made by Emilio Gomariz that was created by arranging 114 Photoshop files.

Knowing that Photoshop would memorize the position of any file when minimised and maximised, Gomariz used six colours to create 114 files.

Using one file for the letter “I” to nine for the letter “X”, he then captured the screen as he maximised each file – this was the result.