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"A very 'Basic' font with a primary color scheme to give it that certain 'Lego DNA'".
"A big 3D font that is shaped like Lego bricks."
"A fiery font that dissolves into studs, revealing its Lego DNA."
"This was so much fun to make it and I hope we'll see similar competitions in the future on your blog! It's a very unique contest with very unique prizes, and I love it. :) Keep up with the great work!"
"I have opted for a serif typeface as I think Lego lends itself more to a sans-serif typeface – so I fancied the challenge!"
"I was a little bit stressed as I thought that I'd have to design a whole alphabet - what I actually did in the end. Just now I read that I just had to write "Lego DNA" but that's too late now. Cheers, Nick"
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