Urbano Decadimento

by Andy Veale (alveale)

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Built around the theme of Decay, the main meaning behind this font is representation of Architectural Decay. The tight kerning and thin widths of each letter are to show the height of buildings when put together in skylines. The mixture of serif and sans serif letters are used as examples of both traditional and modern day architecture being brought together in the same space, although how despite the age differences, both old and new are prone to decay like everything else.
Info: Created on 24th October 2009 . Last edited on 5th November 2009.
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1 Comment

good legible font well done andy !!
Comment by hellraiser363 12th November 2009

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