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You know how sometimes you get carried away, but it's like the good kind? That.
about 2 years ago
I'm in complete agreement. Lovely!
the good kind for sure, wow!
you're some kind of hand lettering ninja
Dude, with work like this, have you considered giving kickstarter a shot to fund a typography project? Just a thought :) Seriously man, you've got skills.
Really nice looking Sean. I especially like the top layer.
One of my very favorites of yours so far :)
This is a beautiful ampersand, great work. I think the use of the dotted line border really brings all the elements together.
Just curious, what kind of paper did you use?
very nice ink.
@Robert Haha, I like that.
@Hunter Thanks man. Idk how well a kickstarter thing would do... still trying at least break even on my costs for the run of posters I did. Haven't sold as well as I hoped.
@Joe, @Joseph Thank you, guys. =)
@Jon Believe it or not, rather than use my Ugmonk journal, or Moleskine, I grabbed a single sheet of 20lb printer paper on a whim with the intention of it being a quick sketch and, as I said, got a bit carried away. Thanks! =)
really nice ampersand
@Sean - If my client pays this week, I'll buy a poster :).
This ampersand is awesome! :)
Oh, how I like this ink pen! My favourite instrument!
The & symbol is really cool!
Stunning, of course. That dotted line is such a great touch. I don't know how you manage to get these drawings to look so much like they're coming out of the page like this, it's awesome.
Nicely done. Pops off the page.
Good job but, what's with ampersands?
@Isaac I have somewhat of a fascination with them. From a typographic standpoint, they are (in my opinion) some of the most beautiful glyphs in terms of characteristics and expression. I enjoy their many different unique forms and mysterious, often indescribable beauty.
Good stuff, man.
Really really love this.
Love browsing your work!
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