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Interesting idea, and difficult to execute of course, just don't end up with just blank glyphs at the end :)
10/10 for the idea!
My gosh! First i thought it was from UWE school design and their impressive fonts on "decay" theme! Love the "broken" C! Now that "I" is very dissolved i think it's time to come back to more consistentency for the next and when you get again something like the A rebegining to dissolve.
@architaraz: Yes, very difficult. The glyphs at the end will probably be piles of dust.
@AFT: I don't quite know what UWE is, but all fonts with the Uwe tag look pretty cool. The inspiration came from science class. xD
The D is broken too, at the bottom. More glyphs coming!
JUst tag UWE on the "everything" section and all their fonts will appear. So you could go dissolving in a distinctive way untill "l", very impressive!
I meant untill "L"
@AFT: I have done that before and checked out those fonts, they are petty darn cool!
I meant pretty xP
An interesting idea :)
UWE is the University of the West of England. Their new Graphic Design students undertake an exercise every year using FS. It's something we all look forward to here as they produce some amazing results.
@p2pnut: That sounds pretty cool, and thanks.
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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