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Shishim Ve Arba

Shishim Ve Arba (Hebrew for the number 64), is a Hebrew font for the Commodore 64.

It was originally designed with Good Night Macy in mind, where I wanted to use the Commodore 64 font, but was unable to due to its lack of Hebrew support. Although it wouldn't be a reach to assume that at one point a Hebrew character set was made for the Commodore, I haven't been able to find one. So I ended up making my own.

You may recognize it from other projects including Alt + Shift and lots of one-off generative stuff.

For a variety of reasons, I decided to release this font for free under the Open Font License (OFL). So, have fun!

A C64 generative intro video for the font
A loading screen for a fictional 'System 64'
A take on the classic '30 years of independence' poster by Israeli designer David Tartakover
Bibi bibi bibi, can't you see? Sometimes your words just hypnotize me
Poster by Eli Khromov
Poster by Eli Khromov
Poster by Eli Khromov
Poster by Eli Khromov
Marinetti inspired poster (by me this time)
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