Winter Branches

by AmyMelissaSkelton

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This font was made as a response to a brief given to me for my Graphic Design course. we were invited to chose a theme for a list of words, I chose decay. My inspiration originally came from my everyday walk to Uni; past old factories, over a disused railway bridge and past an old cricket ground. I then started to broaden my view of decay and looked at the way it effects different things including the decay theory (a theory used my psychologists about memory) and then finally I narrowed it down to dead tress. The finally font has been inspired by the illustrations of Tim Burton.


Beautiful, I love the eery style of it!

I can see this font being used on the cover of a creepy story!
Comment by Martin Bodger (Arty_Marty) 29th october 2012
i love the slant on your characters, they look like they are blowing in the wind!
Comment by Samipring 29th october 2012
Very Burton-esque. You can almost hear the wind blowing through them. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 29th october 2012
Cool! Reminds me "Fforest"" by tom, but this font of course has many differences ;)
Comment by kassymkulov 30th october 2012
Great Halloween font! The spacing is a tad too far.
Comment by jphturtle 30th october 2012
Thanks :)
Ill sort it now.
Comment by AmyMelissaSkelton 30th october 2012

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