Alexander Cooper: Early animal prints [Elephant]

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2 Responses to Alexander Cooper: Early animal prints [Elephant]

  1. Tony Davidson says:

    I think we need a chunkier ‘E’ for the body and all the legs need to be the same length. Think there is a better ‘e’ for the head that looks more like an elephant’s trunk.

  2. FB says:

    Think this is really nice. ‘Chunkier’ E for the body might be nice, but it’s almost impossible to find an E with equal length ‘legs’ due to the nature of the design of an uppercase E; if they were all the same length, when upright it would look as if it was about to fall over (top heavy). We could cheat and overprint the E and shift it to the right (so it has four rather than three legs) to get equal lengths but I think this would over complicate the simplicity of the design as it stands. Trunk; on the look out…

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