Sea Ark Sheep is a curiously flexible font whose playful appearance belies its chameleon character. One clue is its name: it's an anagram derived from the word "Shakespeare." As such, the typeface borrows from the bold ornamental, typographic and decorative patterns and prints popular during the mid-16th Century, and its technically unique open-type features are meant to mimic the oral, not the written, art of speaking. This self-generating font possesses unpredictable behavior that yields inventive visual results.
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Sea Ark Sheep is designed by Simon Egli and Stian Ward Bugten and available through Gestalten Fonts. fonts.gestalten.com/seaarksheep.html