La Vibora / Die Schlange (FidulaFon) album art
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Those uses that made something completely unexpected are my favorite uses as well, this one has a little bit of everything, from the great combination with Avant Garde to the use of characters to represent a snake dancing (in the game the first person or the head runs and everyone grabbed by each other hand has to follow wherever that person goes and pass to an arch of two people again and again until the songs ends, when this happen that player loses and the last standing wins, it is very popular at weddings too), the word MEXIKO in it and one of the few if not only early and correct uses of the dieresis accent.
On the second cover with the Mexican coat of arms, they tried another nice thing with the word SPIEL-UND, first with the SP union which cuts a section of the letter S and a kind of swash with the letter P rotated upside down, those are great examples of what designers did with those restrictions.
Thank you for the mention, Florian, and to the Fonts In Use staff and all the contributors that made the effort worth it. Vielen Dank!