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13 August 2007

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Very cool stuff, I'm already looking forward to when Clearview starts appearing down here in LA. It's the little things that make the big differences. Also, for the so inclined I found a font pack that include good imitations of Clearview, Highway Gothic, British Transport, etc.: http://www.triskele.com/roadgeek-fonts/

Thank you Devin! That's so very much apprecitated. I added a link to the main post above.

The Roadgeek site seems to be down, so I can't assess their fonts, but here is the official Clearview font webpage. Fonts go for $180 each.

Um, am I the only one who thinks people who have trouble reading signs at night maybe should let someone else do the driving?

Also, since I used to be a copy editor, I feel compelled to point out that, technically, "font" refers to the size (eg., 12 pt.) while "typeface" refers to the particular style or design of the characters.

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