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Inspired by George Orwell's '1984', the Dystematic font largely revolves around the concepts of societal collapse and dystopia. The hybrid of the words 'dystopia' and 'systematic' hint at the notion of overcivilisation leading to systemic collapse. The imagery within the type suggest broken buildings with revealed scaffolding/foundations which was inspired by concept art pieces of post-apocalyptic societies. The subject of systematic futility can be largely relative to the political and socioeconomic polarity we are currently seeing in the UK and the US.
|Info:||Created on Thu, 24th October . Last edited on Thu, 7th November.|
|License||Open Font License|