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The overall post seems to be a bit of a flop. There are a few interesting results though, namely the V&A mark designed by Alan Fletcher, appeals to me for just sheer class.

The faux bar formed for the A out of the ampersand arm is just perfect. The left edge of the bar just aligns perfectly with the imaginary left hand diagonal stroke of the A

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