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The Clampersand: Typographically Superior to the ‘C’ Clamp

Have seen some great ampersands of later, but particularly fond of The Clampersand: Typographically Superior to the ‘C’ Clamp by LunchBreath.

Something about the name Clampersand which sounds a little like some gruesome thriller movie title.

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