Typographic stitched illustration of a Jack Kerouac quote by Peter Crawley

"What's in store for me in the direction I don't take?" -Jack Kerouac, stitch work by Peter Crawley

A lovely piece by designer and illustrator, Peter Crawley.

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ARTS & CRAFTS #266

"Joy of Living Part by Peter Crawley. Contribution to the second Joy of Living charity project, curated by Max Fraser, in support of Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres. Exhibited at designjunction, The Sorting Office, London.


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