Rotted Roots

by the hass

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This is a font that I have designed during the first term of my Graphic Design degree at UWE Bristol. My typeface is based on the word 'decay'. My letters take the form of teeth, these teeth have been decayed and have holes, cracks and rot on the actual tooth and roots. I developed this typeface by researching and taking photographs of rotten and healthy teeth. I then traced and made sketches from them. I then distorted the shapes to make up my type. This typeface could be really good for use in a dental industry for advertising against tooth decay or things like toothpaste etc..
Info Created on 7th October 2010 . Last edited on 6th November 2010.
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This is crazy good!
Comment by Joekozak 6th November 2010
i like, but it makes my teeth hurt.
Comment by Jonathan Hill (yonna) 6th November 2010
C'mon, give us a top pick already! Totally brilliant, and in every way mind-boggling! Love it!
Comment by Ganlo R. Ithsm (xenophilius) 6th November 2010
You might want to adjust the width of the space, though. Make the letter spacing visible in "View", then adjust it.
Comment by Ganlo R. Ithsm (xenophilius) 6th November 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Rotted Roots” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th November 2010
Amazing! It must have taken you ages, the shading is so so good.
Comment by Tasha Beesley (beeswee) 8th November 2010
so good, I love the shapes.
Comment by charlieallen50 8th November 2010
yes hassan, thats a corker
Comment by createdvoid 8th November 2010
these are some real funky things. it's like they're dancing around warning you or laughing at you. incredible work. great technique.
Comment by funk_king 5th December 2010
Ouch!! What a cringe-making, but magnificent design.
Comment by p2pnut 8th December 2010