A font from a tube; very decorative; makes you think of graffiti; written freely with a tube of “Fixogum.” Who can remember the green tube which was never missing from the table of any graphic artist…? Fixogum is glue which is removable and leaves no traces since the remains can be rubbed away with your fingertips. It was used for gluing all layouts up until the introduction of Apple Macintosh. You could even play with it and with time, a considerable pile of eraser-like lumps accumulated. This green tube in the hand of the writer resulted in a roundabout way in the font with the same name, FIXOGUM. It was simply practice in writing. With a tube of FIXOGUM the entire alphabet appeared rhythmically ordered on the paper. Afterwards the traces not yet visible were traced with a wide brush using blue ink. In conclusion the ritual of rubbing off the glue was carried out. The negative form of the font remained.
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