Kaos Theory

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This is a display font that i have designed during the first term of my Graphic Design degree at UWE Bristol. I started with the word chaos, where i looked into propaganda posters, the breaking of objects and ordered lettering. so using the idea of breaking apart text and overlaying outlines of a the font I created a visual chaos. I believe that the font could be used in promotional posters and other advertising pieces. All feedback is appreciated!
Info: Created on 4th November 2010 . Last edited on 5th November 2010.
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Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Kaos Theory” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 4th November 2010
congrats man! its real good.
Comment by kieranwayne 4th November 2010
Wow! I like so much this kind of deviled works. Great job! Congrats.
Comment by elmoyenique 4th November 2010
thanks for the comments!

and the top pick!!
Comment by chris.helingoe 5th November 2010
Mmmm, chaotic man, nice!
Comment by oldgregman 5th November 2010
I like it!
Comment by KatieJ 5th November 2010
This is cool. But the V and X don't really sit well with the rest, for me personally. Otherwise, nice work!
Comment by Joekozak 5th November 2010
joe - in what way do they not work for you? thanks for the feedback, its appreciated
Comment by chris.helingoe 5th November 2010
ah sorry i should've explained. It seems like the greyscale is more dominant in those two. Whereas the rest are predominately darker.
If you look at the U next to the V. The V is much darker with the bold black squares at the front.
I was thinking bring the black squares to the front like the rest.
Hope that helps!
Comment by Joekozak 5th November 2010
yeah man iv made some changes, what do u think?
Comment by chris.helingoe 5th November 2010
Thats the one! its got that Callofduty, playstation feel to it. I really like it.
Probably can see myself using it for a personal piece.
Comment by Joekozak 5th November 2010
this is nice. i like the wicked 3D and architectural feel it has. very inventive and creative. great technique. i think you should increase the space character for greater legibility. good work.
Comment by funk_king 5th November 2010
funk_king - thanks for the feedback, i have changed the spacing a little, what do you think???

also anyone are there any letters that you think i should edit?
Comment by chris.helingoe 10th November 2010
perfect. i always respect the designer's choice to not include numbers, but they would be interesting to see and greatly add to the usability of your font...if/when you feel like getting around to doing them :)
Comment by funk_king 11th November 2010
yeah i will get round to doing numbers and more punctuation, possibly lowercase however i dont think they would work with this font. thanks again for the feedback
Comment by chris.helingoe 11th November 2010
Killer Font man! Very cool...
Comment by wulfraven 10th December 2011
cool
Comment by dada 18th April 2012
Amazing. N & X just are too narrow.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 29th May 2012

This is more than a font! The congradulatory mentions and being a top pick are worthy sights. However, when i saw this font i immediately was intrigued by its constuct and overall sophisticatedly confused appearance. It gives off the feeling of perfectly crafted skyscrapers. I was only on page 5 of looking through some fonts and maybe there are more that may top this, but i just wanted to give you a more drawn out comment. Beautiful creation!

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