Part two in a series of food type pieces, I used tea to create type and contracted a second case of scented hands. Mmmmm!
The attachment has a closer view of tea build up. Thanks!
11 months ago
Really dig this food type series!
Thanks @Davide! There's something strangely therapeutic working in a medium you can brush off the table (and into your mouth). I feel like all pressure is off in a weird way. :)
That is too cool. Good stuff.
I have to try :)
Thanks @kirk, it was tons of fun to do!
@Davide, DO IT. It's so fun!
I guess fewer people like tea than coffee haha! Looks great. I was trying to think of other powdery substances that you could use for something like this and the first thing I thought of was a line of coke... weird?
@Joseph Alessio Hahah! Wow, my next shot would be a 400x300 of the cops cuffing me with 'Busted!' superimposed in scrawly permanent marker.
Yeah, go figure with that. I guess we designy types are too highly caffeinated for mere teas, mate aside. Thanks for the love!
Oh awesome, so great to see this one! Beautifully done. I can't believe you managed to get a neatly lined geometric script out of tea leaves, ha. You and @Simon Frouws should team up on a series of tea-leaf-lettering-sculpting!
@Claire- I was happy to do something more geometric, as I don't regularly do such things. I had hoped originally to do the word 'loose' using tighter lettering, though I didn't like the 'oos' ligature. :P Thanks for your thoughts, as always!
Ha, yeah I can imagine. Besides, drawing a smooth 'oos' combination is difficult enough anyway, let alone in tea leaves. Just saw your email by the way, thanks!
I would love to see you use cayenne to spell out the word 'spicy' :)
Was wondering how I missed this, then I realized I wasn't following...whaaaa?? Fixed. And this is dope.
10 months ago
@Heidi, I missed this extremely perfect idea. Thanks so much and my apologies!
@Ryan- hah, that's hilarious! Thanks so much for the props and devaluing all those tears on my pillow from projects past. I need to knuckle down and make some more!!
Really dig this drugs series.
@Max Yeah, that was unintentional- typically me. :P
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