I've been sort of messing around with paper textures, old book scans and some sweet brushes that folks have made. (see below) I may start doing more of these. It's almost like opening an old trunk or drawer and discovering a small scrap or paper label that has seen a lot in it's time.
I love finding stuff that has great type and just the right stains, rips and tears.
Grab Arno Kathollnig's free and over-the-top awesome Wood Type Texture Brushes. http://dribbble.com/shots/1086467-Wood-Type-Texture-Brushes?list=users I used one or two in there.
Detailed view of this one is attached.
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