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i created this font as part of a graphic design project while studying at uwe. i chose the theme of decay and after research and development decided to go with the idea of radioactive decay. i really like the particle effect. the inspiration for this came from images from electron microscopes i found during my research. the build up of particles that make up solid objects is really interesting to me. i wanted to capture the idea of the many tiny particles so i made my font rather large using many circular tiles to gain detail in my letters.
Info: Created on 29th November 2011 . Last edited on 29th November 2011.
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3 Comments

whoa...
Comment by demonics 25th October 2012
A relatively simple font created by an incredibly complex technique. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 26th October 2012
Wow!
Comment by elmoyenique 26th October 2012

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