Hebrew Rococo Type

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Israel and the Hebrew alphabet share a long history, but to my knowledge Hebrew letters didn’t go through a Rococo phase.

Israeli designers Nimrod Dado and Nitzan Gelbard decided that it should change and created a first draft for a Hebrew alphabet styled with Rococo features. They drew 22 letters, all by pencil, and created some cool posters and stuff with it.

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