I used just markers and colored pencils to recreate the first one. And it looked amazing, if I do say so myself! I love these!

I used just markers and colored pencils to recreate the first one. And it looked amazing, if I do say so myself! I'm not sure if im crafty enough to recreate these, but I absolutely love them, and the quotes.

Tessa's Comment: I like the neon light feel to this. I don't know if I would have chosen to have the one O contain the other O, though. Makes it look like an olive and not a moon. But I like the neon light feel.

Alphatecture  How brilliantly executed by Peter Defty. He is a professional photographer based near Leeds, in the UK, and takes these photos all over the world. They remind you to look up once and a while.  maybeitsgreat:    ALPHATECTURE by Peter Defty, UK

Alphatecture brilliantly executed by Peter Defty. He is a professional photographer based near Leeds, in the UK, and takes these photos all over the world. They remind you to look up once and a while. maybeitsgreat: ALPHATECTURE by Peter Defty, UK

CIRCLES LOGO

Make one special photo charms for you, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. Golden Ratio, Circles Logo by Andrea Banchini

Alphabets

Alphabets: A Miscellany of Letters by David Sacks

London-based designer and illustrator Tim Fishlock posterized Harry Beck's famous alphabet made of sections and lines from the London Underground map. From the book "Alphabets: A Miscellany of Letters" by David Sacks

FiveBy Neil stevens Currently working through an alphabet of initial lettering for editorial uses and just got to the numbers which are a lot of fun to create. Thus far this if my favourite.

PASCAL QUIGNARD on Behance

PASCAL QUIGNARD by Acmé, via Behance - P. Quignard works on forgetfulness, memory’s layers & language deconstruction. Hence the amazingly beautiful layered design.

"Oh, Ok. But" by Lawerta Like & Repin. Noelito Flow. Noel http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow

betype: Lettering 2 by Jorge Lawerta this poster is an example of modern speech, an archetype of it, put into a colloquial piece of art

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Garamond Powerline is a typeface by Daniel Adolph, inspired by Garamond and using powerlines to form letters.

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WHY: So simple and straightforward that every symbol occupies the same size module. ALSO: Fullstop so full, that it is on the same terms with other more meaningful glyphs.

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