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“Typography and chess have a lot in common. Both require a high level of skill, practice, strategy and talent to reach the highest level. Creating a functional chess set by appropriating punctuation marks from my typeface Polgar became an interesting challenge. It was tough to pair the individual figures with the appropriate glyphs, but in the end each one found its perfect match.”
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