|Created on||2014-12-27 04:24:06|
|Files||P22 Tai Chi.zip (334.7 kB)|
Experimental lettering Stephen Rapp created in 1999 became the spark that Stephen’s imagination transformed into the Tai Chi design. Tai Chi is a display face but it could also be used as a textured calligraphic script. Its delightful sense of movement distinguishes it from other scripts. Individual characters stand poised in a vertical Zen-like balance while at the same time displaying an inner rhythm that makes them appear to dance along the line. Rich in texture and variation, Tai Chi works very well at medium and large point sizes. The font contains several alternate letters that help maintain a hand-lettered look. Tai Chi includes both upper and lowercase letters but works well in all uppercase settings.
Link for more information: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ihof/p22-tai-chi/