DID (Dissociative identity disorder) is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a condition in which a person displays multiple distinct personalities, each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environment. When we developed DID, we used this health condition as our concept and developed 5 different alphabet styles.
DID began with a more wireframe-like style at first as the root letter structure. We then slowly morphed the letters into 4 more extra styles; a shattered-like and random fill design - a bubble-like design - a warped design created from via scanning - and the last option came to be a playful color design.
Each alphabet style contains 75 characters in eps vector format. DID contains the standard A-Z in upper and lowercase, numbers and some special characters as shown in the previews. The entire collection has a total of 375 character drawings contained across 5 different eps files. DID comes in eps vector format, allowing you to adjust, extended and remix the colors and designs any way you wish.
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This product is a vector EPS. Handset Type refers to the historic practice of typographers setting type by hand, placing one letter at a time. These are not installable system fonts. We suggest using vector editing software, such as Adobe Illustrator, Freehand or CorelDRAW.
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