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marcelommp Adjustments in Horn and others accents plus Tamil
Tamil alphabet relations of thick and thin parts are more balanced with
the Latin glyphs. Crystal Type opened a issue to adjustments of Horn
Glyph and I revised some group of neighbour accents.
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README.md

Coiny Latin + Tamil Font

Coiny

Coiny is a typeface designed originally for the Latin and Tamil scripts in parallel. Naturally bold, and born on street to shine on screen. It has a structure based on simple geometrical shapes, and is inspired by the vernacular designs seen around every big city. The forms are similar to those found with writing made with a rounded brush point. It is a lot of fun for titles and headlines.

The Coiny project is led by Marcelo Magalhães, a type design foundry based in São Paulo, Brasil. To contribute, see github.com/marcelommp/Coiny

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