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Conversation HeartsPublisher: Harald Geisler
Conversation Hearts is a dingbat font published by Harald Geisler.

Conversation Hearts are inspired by the sweethearts and discussion hearts that can be found all over the US and Britain, however not in Germany. A source of endless enjoyable and surprise. As a typographer to me they are likewise an unexpected document of written communication. Most individuals complain that nowadays the inscriptions are not as sweet as they utilized to be. While they used to held romantic and appealing engravings like "Be True" "Smooth Talk", today they bring "Tweet me" "Ur Hot" and "Party Lady". So i took this as an inspiration to work with discussion sweetie on a conceptial inspiring and typographical level. The apparent: every letter pressed on the keyboard highlights a conversation heart that begins with the letter - i.e. L = Loverboy, H = Ruthless but what to compose? Since i didn't wish to replicate the old "Fax me" and "Email me" I had to develop something new. Something with a personal relation and obviously something that I Love - what else could i compose in the shape of the heart? So I attempted to access my upper subconsciousness and searched for 2 words for each letter in the alphabet. One for the uppercase pushed and one word for the lowercase letter. Resulting in a Kurt Schwitters worthwhile assemblage of vocables "Post-office" "Internship" "Zebra" "Responses" etc. It is challenging to check out a text set in Conversation Hearts but simpler as a text set in Zapf-Dingbats. To shimmer the visual look uppercase letters are filled hearts with "sculpted" inscription, while lowercase letters are a laid out heart with written inscription.
Discussions Hearts is a part of the Light Hearted Typeface Collection that is inspired by a recording of Jean Baudrillard with the title, "Die Macht der Verf├╝hrung" (The Power of Seduction) from 2006. Further inspiration came from the article, "The shape of the heart: I'm all yours". The heart represents spiritual and nonreligious love: a bloodless sacrifice. by British author Louisa Young printed in EYE publication (# 43) London, 2002.

.Font Family: Conversation Hearts Sweethearts

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