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SymLogiDIN_Voice

SymLogiDIN_Voice
SymLogiDIN_Voice
Font artwork belongs to the project Symbiote 6, PhD thesis: Rethinking the Object of Art Through Dispersal Practices.

FONTLOG for the SymLogiDINs font family

This file provides detailed information on the SymLogiDINs Font Software.
This information should be distributed along with the SymLogiDINs fonts and any derivative works.

Basic Font Information----------

SymLogiDINs is a Unicode typeface family that supports all languages that
use the Latin script and its variants, and could be expanded to support other
scripts.
More specifically, this release supports the following Unicode ranges, but is not complete:
Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A.

This release contains two fonts: SymLogiDIN-Voice and SymLogiDIN-Thing.
The fonts are based on a modification and amulgation of the fonts OSP-Logisoso and OSP-DIN, in symbiosis with a parallel text.
It is part of a research project that investigates the status of an art object in relation to dispersal by artists. Documentation about this project is available at:
http://www.symbiotext.net and http://wvrijn.wordpress.com/
The Fonts are created by Walter van Ryn 2012 with FontForge 2.0 (http://fontforge.sf.net)

Copyright----------

Copyright (c) 2012 Walter van Rijn.
This font software is licenced under the SIL Open Font Licence, Version 1.1. (http://scripts.sil.org/OFL)
This font is a modification and amulgation of the fonts OSP-Logisoso and OSP-DIN.(http://openfontlibrary.org)
OSP-Logisoso font copyright (c) 2011 Mathieu Gabiot Brussels;
OSP-DIN copyright (c) 2011 OSP (http://ospublish.constantvzw.org).
van Rijn, Walter
796e6d11-8e90-4ef1-81e7-ace588e67d25

(2012) SymLogiDIN_Voice.

Record type: Art Design Item

Abstract

Font artwork belongs to the project Symbiote 6, PhD thesis: Rethinking the Object of Art Through Dispersal Practices.

FONTLOG for the SymLogiDINs font family

This file provides detailed information on the SymLogiDINs Font Software.
This information should be distributed along with the SymLogiDINs fonts and any derivative works.

Basic Font Information----------

SymLogiDINs is a Unicode typeface family that supports all languages that
use the Latin script and its variants, and could be expanded to support other
scripts.
More specifically, this release supports the following Unicode ranges, but is not complete:
Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A.

This release contains two fonts: SymLogiDIN-Voice and SymLogiDIN-Thing.
The fonts are based on a modification and amulgation of the fonts OSP-Logisoso and OSP-DIN, in symbiosis with a parallel text.
It is part of a research project that investigates the status of an art object in relation to dispersal by artists. Documentation about this project is available at:
http://www.symbiotext.net and http://wvrijn.wordpress.com/
The Fonts are created by Walter van Ryn 2012 with FontForge 2.0 (http://fontforge.sf.net)

Copyright----------

Copyright (c) 2012 Walter van Rijn.
This font software is licenced under the SIL Open Font Licence, Version 1.1. (http://scripts.sil.org/OFL)
This font is a modification and amulgation of the fonts OSP-Logisoso and OSP-DIN.(http://openfontlibrary.org)
OSP-Logisoso font copyright (c) 2011 Mathieu Gabiot Brussels;
OSP-DIN copyright (c) 2011 OSP (http://ospublish.constantvzw.org).

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Accepted/In Press date: 2 September 2012
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

Identifiers

Local EPrints ID: 372423
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/372423
PURE UUID: d596ba87-5813-4b31-b482-840c08d314d6

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Date deposited: 12 Dec 2014 16:17
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 21:41

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Artist: Walter van Rijn

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