Worn is SR115
[A Backdated Code]
Worn began first as a way to hack a typeface to look like the SRULI RECHT logo. Initially it was a goudy typeface with a bumped up stroke to match the similar original attack that created the logo in 2001.
The letters here are used in the stamps made that are made for the products by this studio to push the aged and awkwardly applied stamp look further. Here the principles of the Syrillic font reduction are taken by Jarred Ebehardt of WeAreNotYou and developed into a dedicated typeface purely for the purpose of stamp making and branding.
This typeface is named WORN after its appearance – worn out and low on ink. It’s feel was leans toward mid 19C ammunition boxes.
Worn Open Typeface is in .OTF format, suitable for both Mac and PC formats. Upon confirmation of order it is sent via email.