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E is for Emu

Big thanks to Vince Frost for this Emu design.  The original broke the rules by using more than just the first letter, but the simpler redesign with the larger body feels truer to the shape of the Emu and also … Continue reading

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E is for Emu

  Big thanks to Vince Frost for this Emu design.  The original broke the rules by using more than just the first letter, but the simpler redesign with the larger body feels truer to the shape of the Emu and … Continue reading

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Elephant head

                Dave Wakefield believes that he has cracked the ‘e’ for the elephant’s head.  The type is known as Venetian Text/AbbeyText/Bradley from various manufacturers. He says “It’s is not difficult to source, but in … Continue reading

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Alexander Cooper: Early animal prints [Elephant]

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E is for Elephant

  One of my personal favourites. Because of the scale of this mammal, it would be great to find a large piece of wood type for the body.  The grain could end up looking like elephant skin. If this project … Continue reading

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