Chainsaw Geometric Font

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Chainsaw Geometric Font Made by Nick Curtis

Based on some untitled studies of 1923 by a French typographer known simply as Draim, this font is definitely an exercise in minimalism, describing letterforms with the fewest transitions possible. Despite its quaint charm, the font can look quite up-to-date — another example, I suppose, of “everything old is new again.”


: Oct 21, 2015
: ZIP
: 695
: Behance
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Nice blog. While chainsaws are great for getting our share of wood, it does get its share of household chores when not slicing the trees in the wild. Pruning our garden and shaping our hedges are also chainsaw’s forte.