It hit me one day that the ’60s-vintage labelmaker I had lying around might make an interesting display face.
I began playing with it — clicking out letters at various pressures, scanning the results, going over the scans in a vector-graphics program. Looked pretty good. To my chagrin, however, I soon afterward got a glimpse of someone else’s label-tape font.
Though modeled after a more modern device, its rocketing popularity prompted me to set Chromosome aside for a year or so. Finally finished it up in late-1995.
Full release has light and heavy weights, regular and reversed styles.