by BryonyBall

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For my first fontstruct I started with the word Chaos and worked with the idea of pattern or 'anti-pattern' I looked at artists like Bridget Riley and Josef Muller-Brockman and how I could interpret their kind of work but in a fractured way. I worked with collage before transferring my ideas on to font struct. It is work in progress as I am not happy with it at its current state but am stuck for ideas; every time I alter it it looks worse. Suggestions and ideas are very much appreciated.
Info: Created on 15th October 2010 . Last edited on 5th November 2010.
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very interesting work. although your theme is chaos, it reminds me more of decay. maybe like the weathered remnant of type on a billboard or wall. this does however, point to the association between decay and chaos - when things decay they become more chaotic as they disintegrate. so well done. funny you say, the more you work, the less good it looks? is that bad or good :) good job.
Comment by funk_king 5th November 2010
Comment by BryonyBall 5th November 2010

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