Perhaps we can call them live keys? :-)

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2008/10/03 08:31 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2008/10/03/8975449.aspx


It hearkens back to one of my favorite shirts that I talked about in İ şéè đêäđ ķéÿš:


I was very pleased by a somewhat unforgettable picture from Michael Ciancio that Sergey pointed me to. :-)


(Click on the picture to get it full size)

The letters are all so colorful and dynamic....

I am not even going to try guess the font, anyone want to take a stab?

But in any case, when I see this one with all of it's color and balance, I want to say that I see live keys!


This post brought to you by ķ (U+0137, a.k.a. LATIN SMALL LETTER K WITH CEDILLA)


Andrew West on 3 Oct 2008 11:08 AM:

It's Gill Sans of some sort. Of course English used to have lots of interesting letters, such as thorn þ, eth ð, wynn ƿ, yogh ȝ, ash æ, long s ſ, r rotunda ꝛ, etc.


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