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Millipede by Michael Johnson

          Another gem from Michael Johnson.  Use of the exclamation mark as antennae breaks the rules, but rules are there to be broken sometimes.  The whole idea of this project was to celebrate the lost craft … Continue reading

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Alexander Cooper: Early animal prints [Moose]

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Moose body

Whilst it doesn’t have the droopy head i was looking for, this ‘m’ has a cartoon ‘moose body’ feel to it.

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M is for Mole

It feels more playful to just show the molehills and not the mole. If this project becomes a book you could have a two spreads, the second one revealing the culprit. Moles are common and widely distributed on mainland Britain … Continue reading

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M is for Moose

  Finding the right ‘m’ with a droopy top serif so that it looks like a Moose’s head could be the secret to this one.  The antlers could work more upright if needs be. The moose, a symbolic icon of … Continue reading

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