High contrast, strong serifs, and precise curves gave Eiko a great softness for magazines, headlines, editorial design, and more. Kana alphabets, a huge repertoire of Japanese punctuations, stylistic sets with circular and square figures, vertical writing, subscript and superscript numerals, mathematical symbols, meteorological symbols, ligatures, arrows, and a variety of substitutes are among the resources available. And now, with 81 kanjis, there’s a new basic educational set! Eiko Ishioka’s work served as inspiration for the typeface. In these typographic explorations, his typeface attempts to convey the same characteristic of her work. This performance is a tribute to her achievements.
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