What happens when you stack every letter in alphabet on top of each other

I took all the letters from A through Z and piled them on top of each other with a little transparency so you can see through them. The beauty of the font comes out as the structure and repeated forms becomes apparent.

Which is your style?

The clean. The no-nonsense. The efficient. Helvetica. It is the quintessential sans serif font, timeless and neutral, and can be used for all types of communication–include tshirts and mugs. Bring the beauty of helvetica home onto a tshirt.
Helvetica
A-Z Upper Case
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Helvetica
A-Z Lower Case
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Take the classic helvetica and put it on diet and you got Helvetica Thin. The super cool light font. So light and airy, the delicate structures become even more apparent when every letter is stacked on top of each other.
Helvetica Thin
A-Z Upper Case
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Helvetica Thin
A-Z Lower Case
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Helvetica Thin
0-9 Numbers
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Know a geek? Maybe you are a geek. Courier is the font for you. It oozes in monospaced letterform geekiness. This font was designed so that every letter is the same width and that becomes even more apparent when all the letters are stacked on top of each other.
Courier
A-Z Upper Case
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Courier
A-Z Lower Case
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The classic. The ubiquitous. Times. The standard in newspapers worldwide. An office workhorse.

If you buy a mug with one of these designs, why not get all three in one font series–upper case letters, lower case letters, and numbers. It would make such a handsome set.

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unlikelymoose
16 years ago

i like “Courier A-Z Lower Case”. It looks the most like it’s own independent shape. Though “Helvetica Thin 0-9 Numbers” is nice too. It kinda looks like someone made some stained glass with their eyes shut.

l.wells
16 years ago

so handsome!

Tom Saaristo
16 years ago

Very cool! What a neat idea!

Nate
Nate
13 years ago

Cool idea! Yet one more creative expression fueled by the classic typeface. Although it’s funny, when the title of this page came up in my Gmail web clips, I thought it was going to be a flash version of Jenga using the letterforms.

me
me
13 years ago

Guess it is pretty cool. I most certainly never would have thought of it. Props!

Maggie Kmiecik
10 years ago

I like the Helvetica the best. Does that make me a hipster?

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