LEISL CAPEWELL
creative person (Ba hons Graphic Design)
(MA Fine Art)
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nevver:

Seeing through you
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likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
likeafieldmouse:

Pascal Grandmaison - Half of the Darkness (2010)
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likeafieldmouse:

Gyorgy Kepes - The New Landscape in Art and Science (1956)
likeafieldmouse:

Gyorgy Kepes - The New Landscape in Art and Science (1956)
likeafieldmouse:

Gyorgy Kepes - The New Landscape in Art and Science (1956)
likeafieldmouse:

Gyorgy Kepes - The New Landscape in Art and Science (1956)
likeafieldmouse:

Gyorgy Kepes - The New Landscape in Art and Science (1956)
likeafieldmouse:

Gyorgy Kepes - The New Landscape in Art and Science (1956)
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nevver:

Wednesday
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nevver:

le Bat
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nevver:

Cat power
nevver:

Cat power
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graphicinspire:


Typographic Brooklyn Bridge
Cameron Moll recently announced a new Kickstarter for a letterpress print of the Brooklyn Bridge constructed entirely from typography. Moll worked entirely in Adobe Illustrator to draw the artwork, and while some sections can be copied and pasted roughly 70-80% of the characters in the artwork were positioned, sized, and rotated one by one. To give you an idea of what the final piece will look like you can see two similar works the designer previously designed,Colosseo and Salt Lake. See more over on Kickstarter
graphicinspire:


Typographic Brooklyn Bridge
Cameron Moll recently announced a new Kickstarter for a letterpress print of the Brooklyn Bridge constructed entirely from typography. Moll worked entirely in Adobe Illustrator to draw the artwork, and while some sections can be copied and pasted roughly 70-80% of the characters in the artwork were positioned, sized, and rotated one by one. To give you an idea of what the final piece will look like you can see two similar works the designer previously designed,Colosseo and Salt Lake. See more over on Kickstarter
graphicinspire:


Typographic Brooklyn Bridge
Cameron Moll recently announced a new Kickstarter for a letterpress print of the Brooklyn Bridge constructed entirely from typography. Moll worked entirely in Adobe Illustrator to draw the artwork, and while some sections can be copied and pasted roughly 70-80% of the characters in the artwork were positioned, sized, and rotated one by one. To give you an idea of what the final piece will look like you can see two similar works the designer previously designed,Colosseo and Salt Lake. See more over on Kickstarter
graphicinspire:


Typographic Brooklyn Bridge
Cameron Moll recently announced a new Kickstarter for a letterpress print of the Brooklyn Bridge constructed entirely from typography. Moll worked entirely in Adobe Illustrator to draw the artwork, and while some sections can be copied and pasted roughly 70-80% of the characters in the artwork were positioned, sized, and rotated one by one. To give you an idea of what the final piece will look like you can see two similar works the designer previously designed,Colosseo and Salt Lake. See more over on Kickstarter
graphicinspire:


Typographic Brooklyn Bridge
Cameron Moll recently announced a new Kickstarter for a letterpress print of the Brooklyn Bridge constructed entirely from typography. Moll worked entirely in Adobe Illustrator to draw the artwork, and while some sections can be copied and pasted roughly 70-80% of the characters in the artwork were positioned, sized, and rotated one by one. To give you an idea of what the final piece will look like you can see two similar works the designer previously designed,Colosseo and Salt Lake. See more over on Kickstarter
graphicinspire:


Typographic Brooklyn Bridge
Cameron Moll recently announced a new Kickstarter for a letterpress print of the Brooklyn Bridge constructed entirely from typography. Moll worked entirely in Adobe Illustrator to draw the artwork, and while some sections can be copied and pasted roughly 70-80% of the characters in the artwork were positioned, sized, and rotated one by one. To give you an idea of what the final piece will look like you can see two similar works the designer previously designed,Colosseo and Salt Lake. See more over on Kickstarter
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likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)
The back of the poster is covered in a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.
likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)
The back of the poster is covered in a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.
likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)
The back of the poster is covered in a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.
likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)
The back of the poster is covered in a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.
likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)
The back of the poster is covered in a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.
likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)
The back of the poster is covered in a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.
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houndscales:

comme des garcons x visionnaire 
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farewell-kingdom:

James Jean - Necklace in Porcelain
farewell-kingdom:

James Jean - Necklace in Porcelain
farewell-kingdom:

James Jean - Necklace in Porcelain