Crumble

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This typeface is based on the theme ‘Disintegrate’.‘Crumble’ is a synonym for disintegrate, so when I experimented with physical forms of demonstrating my chosen theme I made an alphabet out of biscuits. My typeface ‘Crumble’ is bold and made up of Capitals, I think it is more diverse than most as it differs quite a lot between each letter and punctuation symbol, this is because I felt that no one piece of biscuit will disintegrate in the same way and this is what I wanted to portray through my typeface. All comments and feedback are appreciated.
Info: Created on 24th September 2014 . Last edited on 27th October 2014.
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7 Comments

What kind of biscuits did you use?
I notice that you've set some of the filters to be very slightly less than 1. I would set them all to 1 unless you really need them - this will get rid of white lines in the font and probably reduce the size of the downloaded font file, making it much easier to work with.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 27th October 2014
I used biscuits called Oaties, they break and crumble quite nicely.
I've just changed the filters now and got rid of the lines, thank you!
Comment by r3-ashton 27th October 2014
This made me smile
Comment by OsyenVyeter 27th October 2014
For me its delicious chocolate.
Great idea and work.
Comment by macossin 27th October 2014
Chocolate could work too, looks great! Thank you!
Comment by r3-ashton 27th October 2014
Great idea well illustrated. I prefer the cookie type, less calories than chokki ;)
Comment by Aeolien 27th October 2014
Nice work - is it available in a low-sugar version for us diabetics? :)
Comment by p2pnut 28th October 2014

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