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This Font Is Impossible

Frustro: a typeface that could never exist in three-dimensional space.

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The Penrose Triangle is what's known as an "impossible object." You've probably seen some of these before (Penrose is second from left):


Now, designer Martzi Hegedűs has designed a typeface in which every character is an impossible object. It's beautiful, but it'll give you a headache in 20 seconds flat. Via JeannieJeanni:

The font's special characters are like aneurysm delivery mechanisms.

Pretty good way to spice up the PTA bulletin, I think.

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