I used George Orwell's '1984' and the society of Airstrip One as the methodology for setting my typeface. In 1984, the majority of the populace lives in poverty; hunger, disease and filth are the norms along with ruined cities and towns which are the consequence of the civil war, atomic wars and enemy rockets. When traveling about London rubble, social decay and wrecked buildings surround Winston Smith; other then the Party's ministerial pyramids, little of London was rebuilt. These conditions and standard of living have developed the style of my typeface. It communicates the poor living conditions, the tone of the story, and time in which it occurs.
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Excelsior, MN, United States
Designer (Graphic Design)
Member since January 21, 2010