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Gyom Séguin  Mar 05, 2007
That I like! a lot! Love the contrast between the gothic and the romantic aspect of the font.
annaOMline  Mar 07, 2007
Really good font! even with latin characters, thanks a lot!, lovely combination of styles gothic+modern
Cheese  Mar 22, 2007
I love the way how it simple and easy to read, though very fancy!
Cheese  Mar 22, 2007
Bran you ROCK!!
tl-fonts  Jul 31, 2007
This font pwns but it was copied by StereoType's Frakturika
vinz  Aug 21, 2007
fraturika was created in 2004 whereas Defeqto was first seen in 2007... so, who copied who?
anyway, i'm still comparing both fonts and the only thing i can find they have in common is that they mix gothic and modern style. That's all. So stop saying bullshit, tl-fonts!
LaurenRuth  Feb 14, 2009
Ummmmm, I doubt that Defeqto copied Frakturika or vice versa; however, both of these unique (and rather sweet) fonts share an obvious inspiration in Fraktur, which I believe originates in around 1800 with a design by Justus Erich Walbaum. I guess the similarities between these two fonts would appear suspect had I not been familiar with the particular style.

Frakturika even referencing the type in it's title... I could be wrong but I would guess both designers were aware of and intended for any Fraktur-esq-ness in these designs.

Abd I do not see either of these fonts as "copies." Fraktura is beautiful, and has inspired a plethora of new renditions.

Sorry, just had to add my two cents on that, but I originally came here simply to give props on this swell font Defeqto.

I think I saw it used on The History Channel, on a preview for a new show or special. "Dark" something. Right on.

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