Looking like sections of racetracks from some fantastic vector landscape, the letter shapes of YWFT Trisect were inspired by retro soccer/football jerseys and their triple line numbers. Many years in the early 90's were spent dreaming of creating this face, until a working version came to fruition in 1999. Multiple clients and customers have used YWFT Trisect since its inception, including Architecture Magazine, MTV (on air), Wired Magazine, Computer Arts Magazine, the hat store Lidz (signage) and numerous others. YWFT Trisect was converted to opentype format in 2010. Designed exclusively by Michael Cina and YouWorkForThem.
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