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Kashida 3D Font by Freedom Of Creation

mocoloco_3d_font_freedom_of_creation_3.jpg Via @Gizmodo, a three-dimensional font developed for printing/ rapid manufacturing on a 3D printer. “With the innovative Kashida-arabic and Kashida-latin 3D fonts, the customer can type his personal text, word or acronym on the computer and order his sculptural text directly from the 3D printers of Freedom Of Creation.”


“The font is based on the concept of a thin and wide ribbon, bending freely through space. Just from one perspective the text reproduced by the ribbon can be read. All other points of view just offer suggestive visions of a banner floating in the air and bending on the ground in order to create a visually dynamic sculpture.”

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