I wanted to design a font of my own to replace the daily text writing and make up for the incompleteness of writing. I also wondered if poor handwriting had something to do with the way I had begun typing at an early age when I was growing up.
(Don't scrape the rope against the clock on the wall when pulling up the shutters)
My grandfather's calligraphy is very distinctive, even before the school examination papers were printed with his words as template. Until now, his words served as signposts in family space. As he got older, grandpa needed to paste lots of labels to tell him how a machine worked, how electrical switches were to be turned on, and so on. For families, this font design is commonly used by families.