This typeface bans the word

The Nazens is not one of those handy computer typefaces. It is rather a comment on the censorship and the mutilation of vocabulary. The characters based on a black letter font of Rudolf Koch from the 1930's.

I expand the numbers of letters by one censored version for each. By re-programming some selected letter combinations will be replaced by their censored counterpart. The Nazens changes the words mentioned in the book "Vokabular des Nationalsozialismus" by Cornelia Schmitz-Berning and some other phrases. This unusually use of the programming features makes it impossible to type those nazi vocabulary.

The censorship of some "innocent" words is no skin off Nazens nose.

Bronze awarded at Art Directors Club 2011.