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OVERVIEW:A typeface designed for the Type Factory Museum. Main usage is for titles, headlines, and exhibitions. CHALLENGE: Create a typeface inspired by the Type Factory Museum mark using the basic shapes of design. SOLUTION: The typeface GRID was designed using only two shapes, a square and a quarter circle. The quarter circle came from combining the circle and the triangle into one singular shape. Working off of a specialized grid, a formula was developed for the creation of each letter. A five by five grid block became the foundation, as seen in the Type Factory mark. Each letter was to be no wider or taller than the five squares. Using the quarter circle, each letter was to contain at least one of these shapes within its form.