“The anti-shoe” campaign for MBT
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terminals on ‘a’, ‘f’, ‘r’, ‘y’ etc. and the ear of ‘g’ have been rounded
Perhaps to match the rounded soles of the shoes. Not necessary, but I can easily see that being the rationale.
Yes, you have a point. Then again, even with these changes, Giza’s overall feeling is strongly angular and, on its own, rather says “leather boot” than “anti-shoe”. I guess it was picked for the proclamation/manifesto aspect here.
It is not Giza.
Oops, classic ID fail! I didn’t have Ziggurat on my radar. Now I have. Thank you, David.