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Creative Morning Berlin #8: Nadine Roßa from Berlin/CreativeMornings on Vimeo.

Wasn't totally sure what to expect when I started watching this video by Nadine Roßa, but it is actually a wonderful look at how one lady finds the lowercase Sharp S (ß) one of the most delightful letters in the alphabet. It would be fairer to say that Nadine as absolutely passionate about the (ß) as can be seen from the wooden stamps above.

After watching this video I can now see the attraction to it and it comes close to the Ampersand in terms of it's quite unique form and structure.

After recently working on a logo project that involved Arabic translation—my fascination for more intriguing typography is at an all time high—I would jump at a chance to work on a logo that has the lowercase Sharp S (ß).

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