Architectural alphabet, Antonio Basoli
This alphabet looks like it has been designed by an architect. The structures do look like letters, and although they are drawn only in black, it doesn't feel dull or boring, they are rich in details. Very romantic and from another era. Also, compared to all the people in the drawings, the letters stand out and look enormous, giving them great importance.
"J" is for Joy. Another letter for my alphabet shapes set. Converted to b&w in Photoshop. Taken with the Canon PowerShot S95. It is so easy to carry around, and it is perfect for capturing details like this. This picture is from the lower portion of a gate at Fearrington Village, North Carolina. Look at it up close; the curl of the "J" seems to jiggle around in front of the background! "You will show me the path of life; In your presence is fullness of mjoy; At your right hand are…
DEPOT BASEL // A Former Grain Silo Becomes A Temporary Place For Contemporary Design | Yatzer
Although Basel features some of the best contemporary art dialogue in the world, Laura Pregger and Matylda Krzykowski from DEPOT BASEL felt that it did not possess the same relationship with contemporary design. Project DEPOT BASEL, demonstrates the relationship that design has with each of us.
This has been a very demanding and tiring year. This was a year just fantastic! The occupations of work have moved me away from Flickr for a while ... and then I went on vacation. This series of photographs is a tribute to my students of the PCV course: this year they were asked to work on alphabets. Since childhood I have always felt profoundly unfair that the teachers assigned tasks that they have never played in person. If you do not do it too - I thought - how you do you know how much…
Letter G Zentangle - Inspired by the font "Harrington"
8.5x11 PDF coloring page of the uppercase letter G - inspired by the font Harrington This is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD PDF. This is not a physical product. 1) Download the PDF that comes to your email after purchase 2) Save the PDF to your computer 3) Print and color the PDF as many times as you like!