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The 'Urban Typography' video shows my collection of 9 pieces illustrating various fonts, styles and imagery that I associate with Urban Typography. In this collection I used wooden panels as a base to build layers of wood, paper, card and plaster onto, and also to scrape, dig, chip and paint into the surfaces. By doing this I created these unique pieces which actually look like old, weathered, decaying pieces of the urban environment, but in fact were created by me in a couple of hours.
Yes, I'm on YouTube. I've shot a few videos of my rendered art, sped them up and added some background music to them. What I do with these videos is embed them on my eBay listings whenever I'm trying to sell pieces from whatever art collection is featured in the footage and leave a note in the auctions' description to the extent of: "Here's how these art pieces are made" just a little above the video.