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Denis Dulude

Denis Dulude is a Canadian type, graphic and motion graphics designer based in Montréal, Canada. After a 15 year-career as a ballet dancer, he graduated from his self-taught classes in 1993. To avoid job rejections, he founded in 1993 his own graphic studio, K.O. création. His clients range from software, to dance companies. In 1995, Dulude founded the digital type foundry 2Rebels with Italian designer Fabrizio Gilardino.

His work has been seen in various graphic design books and magazines. Just to fill his schedule a bit more, Dulude has been also teaching typography at Université du Québec à Montréal; and continue to explore the various sides of the graphic creation.

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Brawny gods just flocked up to quiz and vex him.

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The jukebox music puzzled a gentle visitor from a quaint valley town.

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The five boxing wizards jump quickly.

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Fabled reader with jaded, roving eye seized by quickened impulse to expand budget.

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New job: fix Mr. Gluck’s hazy TV, PDQ.

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John Quincy Adams grew vexed by talk of puzzles.

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Packing five dozen waxy liquor jugs? Must be a typophile.

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Hark! Toxic jungle water vipers quietly drop on zebras for meals!

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Wavy Jake’s fat zebra had Mexican pig liquor.

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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

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TV folk buy ex-Prez John Quincy Adams’ wig.

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Wavy Jake’s fat zebra had Mexican pig liquor.

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Turgid saxophones blew over Mick’s jazzy quiff.

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Sex prof gives back no quiz with mild joy.

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Quip-crazy Gorbachev went and mixed flapjacks.

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Lazy movers quit hard-packing of papier-mache jewelry boxes.

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Cozy sphinx waves quart jug of bad milk.

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Baroque? Hell, just mix a dozen wacky pi fonts & you’ve got it.