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Tom Dolan  on June 12, 2005

Better late than never, for those folks who visit only Typographica and not the many other design blogs that this has been posted on, Typedrawing. Very cool.


  1. Joan says:

    Very cool indeed, Tom.
    Once I chanced upon this page, but I had forgotten about it. I have toyed a little thanks to your memory-refreshing note.

    My own entries are in today’s list (june, 14); at the moment I have posted four doodles: this, this one, this other one and also this, but due to the addictive nature of this game I will probably be uploading more.

  2. Karen says:

    Yes indeed. Thanks for posting. First time I’m hearing about this!

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