by kate wood

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This typeface is based on the theme decay. It references the idea of how things decay when they are forgotten and so parts of each of the letters are missing. This links to the idea it is based on the courier font which was used in the typewriter. It shows a link that once something is forgotten e.g. technology such as a type writer it starts to decay. This typeface also has reference to the ideas of the bacteria that cause decay and so hence called prokaryotes which is the term used to describe this bacteria. This font can be used as a display font for many things including gig posters etc.
Info: Created on 3rd November 2009 . Last edited on 7th November 2009.
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Comment by gferreira_admin 16th November 2009
Great design and decay effect. Your reference to prokaryotes and bacteria suggest solid scientific background. I would love to see a slightly less tattered, old typewriter version too. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 26th November 2009

My font is readable and supports many languages, if small caps connect, add a few spaces.

Comment by brynda1231 11th August 2016

Amazing work!

Comment by Scar (Ogotu) 14th February 2017

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