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Hi! My name is Patricia and I study Graphic Design at UWE. As part of my project I decided to use decay as the theme for my font. I started my research by photographing old building, rusty metal, broken brick, etc. Then I started experimenting and looking at other decay fonts, this is when I decided that I didn't want my font to have the typical broken appearance. So I decided to go for more of a scratchy, rough and uneven font.
Info: Created on 25th October 2011 . Last edited on 8th November 2011.
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This is one of the images which initially influence me to do my decay font.
Comment by Patricia Eijkemans (Patty-Cake) 7th November 2011
Simple letters with plenty of scratches. Signs of corrosion and decay, indeed. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 20th November 2011
I had to dust down my desk after all the flakes fell off this design! A good bit of decay. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 20th November 2011

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