In Neil Summerour’s words, “Nori is the result of brush and ink on paper. The textures produced in each glyph are real and the imperfections are intentional and add to the sincerity of the letters.” Neil used a Pilot Japan Kanji Fude brush pen and wrote each letter and variation over and over again until he found the right combination. He notes that “points were removed in order to ‘clean’ the glyphs up some, but I did not want to compromise the integrity of the actual brush stroke.” Even after it’s been digitized, Neil points out, “the number of points and repetitive processes can’t mask its influences — and I like that.”
Calligraphic and fluid, Nori includes 250 ligatures, 487 alternate characters, over 125 swash and titling alternates, and more.
|Number of faces||1|
|Available formats||Open Type|
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|Number of Users||5|
|Additional details||End user license agreement|
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