I woke up this afternoon with a bit of rococo aesthetic on my mind. The flourishes and such are a little lopsided, but for it being a sketch, i love the way it came out. Stay rococo friends.
Today’s letter is also one we have to connect the shapes with. I was drivin by Roberts Printing in Downtown Georgetown and to my right, there was a door to a rundown building. The shapes on the door looked strong compared to everything else around it and there I found my E. I like the boldness i the bottom bar, it gives the E a strong foundation. Maybe that could be something to explore when making type in illustrator? Giving a letterform’s foundation more breadth. Till next time.
Today’s post comes from a couple things that were found next to each other on my desk. I had an L wrench?? ( I think that’s what it’s called) for my bike, laying on my desk, and a sliver of staples also, which formed this great looking F! Seriously this one got me smiling from ear to ear. I love the way this letterform came out.
I was trying to draw a D today and wasnt liking any of the letterforms I was coming up with. Then I looked up, and in front of me was this remote for some bar lights that cried to be taken a pic of. The side of the remote looked like a tall D. So I had to take a picture of it. Amazing the things we find when we just look up. I guess today’s lesson is to alway look up.