To add patterns and process the letters,
I made my letters to take up a lot of space with a high x-height,
and designed them to be “black”, which is wider than “heavy.”
As it was easier to work on paper without serifs, I designed the typeface using simple spur-less style.
In order to fit in a lot of information, I also used condensed style.
I tended to peel off the paper, often starting from the 90° corners.
As I worked on the type, I unconsciously peeled off many of the layers.
To avoid this, I used cornerless sans-serif type, freeing me of my tendency to work on regular sans-serif fonts, and that in turn enabled me to express myself through this new idea.