JUDGE MY VOW
Judge My Vow
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow!” This theatrical line serves on multiple levels. First: a request to a mystical being, for a decree of decision. And yet more relevant to my field: an English pangram, composed minimally of all 26 letters, used to thoroughly demonstrate a sample of type. This line became the center of one of my favorite projects in Typography 2, wherein I built 6 typefaces using a regulated grid system and then compiled the development into a process book.
Judge my vow, I request, to those who are kind enough to read, observe, and critique my work.