This series captures the depleting life of abandoned public typography. What was once clearly visible written words at its prime and used to convey information and is now fading, peeling and cracking away.
My personal drive to capture deteriorate type stems from my love of old and forgotten things. I enjoy looking at objects that were once pristine and observing how time has taken its physical visual toll on it.
I believe my found type has a story to tell. A story that bridges a gap between generation from generation. What was once shared to the public but is now left to disappear as time sets in to carryout out its natural decay...