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A few lettering pieces


Disciplined confusion
In the long run, an orderly tangle can be far more intriguing than simplicity.

Interlace figures

A triumph of form over content

I nterlace has been used for decoration since the iron age. It is a pattern of lines that pass over and under each other. Anybody who can count to two can do it.

This example shows ribbon numerals zero to nine, split in two. Upper and lower halves are separated by an interlace arrangement. A few deliberate errors have been included for people who enjoy looking for them.

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