Lego Font and Rubik Creator are two Shockwave applications brought to you by lineto.com. Lineto - the name is borrowed from the PostScript page description language - was founded by Cornel Windlin and Stephan Müller in 1993. Five years later, they jointly set up Lineto.com to distribute their own typefaces through the internet, and invited a number of fellow designers to publish their fonts alongside.
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