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I don’t find out about you however we right here at Design Milk are suckers for good fonts and this one is not any exception. Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedus created the Frustro typeface that was impressed by the Penrose triangle. The Penrose triangle is what’s referred to as an inconceivable object, or described by the mathematician that it’s named for as “impossibility in its purest type.” M.C. Escher used it a bunch in his work.
You’ll be able to see from the “R” instance (above) how combining the 2 prime layouts shaped the underside “R” which has traits of the Penrose triangle.