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Artificial Anatomy was a self initiated project intended to explore our understanding of surface, texture and volume. The human head and skull were used as a canvas; familiar structures onto which coloured paints were poured to define their surface and sh…

Artificial Anatomy on Behance by Paul Hollingworth More skulls here.

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Wood business cards with letterpress printing by Real Card Studio. Customize yours with Paper Passionista.

Now ( #2 diamond ) by Doug Aitkin

To know more about Doug Aitken NOW ( mirror), visit Sumally, a social network that gathers together all the wanted things in the world! Featuring over 37 other Doug Aitken items too!

Hand painted sign using Autentico chalk paints. Letters sketched in pencil and painted in.

by Alexandra Snowdon Hand lettered sign - work in progress used Autentico chalk paints. Letters sketched in pencil and painted in.

I visted the Law Courts where these 300mm high letters were installed. However  as I thought may be the case no photography was allowed. This Registry sign had a clear finish and a stainless metal insert placed in the recess. You will have to take my word for it that they looked great. The Magistrates Court Childrens Court and some other work also looked impresive. The bevelled faces really set the lettering off (looked good). I am pleased I don't visit such an establishment on a more…

I visted the Law Courts where these 300mm high letters were installed. However as I thought may be the case no photography was allowed. This Registry sign had a clear finish and a stainless metal insert placed in the recess. You will have to take my word for it that they looked great. The Magistrates Court Childrens Court and some other work also looked impresive. The bevelled faces really set the lettering off (looked good). I am pleased I don't visit such an establishment on a more…

Nuzzles® - Wooden Typographic Puzzles by John Christenson, via Behance

Really like these wooden typographic puzzles (Nuzzles) from designer John Christenson. Hopefully John will have a Nuzzles shop up soon! (via Simon's Work - Thanks Simon) —– Also worth checking: Pho.

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