Style is always different everywhere. I've never seen this style that I can recall, but that doesn't matter.
I think it might be seen as pretty strange by many but again, it's subjective and really doesn't matter so long as your style doesn't get in your (or anyone elses) way.
Though I would think this style might get in your way, but if it doesn't, and you like it, have a ball.
Bad design is looked down upon, style is looked at mostly with curiosity. Though if you're in a team, style that isn't uniform with the others is (rightly) looked down upon.
The only other thing to note about style is that while it's subjective and everyone's may be different outside of collaborative works, there are often common subsets of style among language communities. While there's no necessity to follow any of these common styles, there can be benefit in that your code will be easier to digest to more people. As many people are used to seeing style X, if you code in style X, more developers will be able to understand and work with your code if you ever share it.