Pictures that utilize micrography are always captivating to a viewer. The use of words layered on top of one another is a very effective way to give the arms and hands shape. The choice of red for one of the arms gives it identity. It also helps us differentiate between the two besides them being two different sizes. Could be an adult and a child or a man and a women, either way it helps give it context.

Pictures that utilize micrography are always captivating to a viewer. The use of words layered on top of one another is a very effective way to give the arms and hands shape. The choice of red for one of the arms gives it identity. It also helps us differentiate between the two besides them being two different sizes. Could be an adult and a child or a man and a women, either way it helps give it context.

• MEN IN THE CITIES, serie 1979 • by ROBERT LONGO (born in 1953) • wow! remember Longo! Wish i had one now!

• MEN IN THE CITIES, serie 1979 • by ROBERT LONGO (born in 1953) • wow! remember Longo! Wish i had one now!

Using type to create an image. Different sizes letters were used without compromising the overall structure of the letters themselves too much. space and contour are shown by the density of the letters and sizes.

The concept of hiding and revealing type on the printed page and creating an art object is reminescent of Tom Philips’ treated novel; the humument, in which he drew and painted over 360 pages of dense type. The results of which are brilliant and can be found reproduced online on this excellent website: http://www.humument.com/gallery/tetrad/0/001010/index.html

The concept of hiding and revealing type on the printed page and creating an art object is reminescent of Tom Philips’ treated novel; the humument, in which he drew and painted over 360 pages of dense type. The results of which are brilliant and can be found reproduced online on this excellent website: http://www.humument.com/gallery/tetrad/0/001010/index.html

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