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In every smile there's a wink.. That says smile back.. Look up.. I'm sure there's something you could do or say to make someone's day.. We're all learning and helping each other.. So smile.. Try harder to be the example for the children.. They're all watching..

In every smile there's a wink.. That says smile back.. Look up.. I'm sure there's something you could do or say to make someone's day.. We're all learning and helping each other.. So smile.. Try harder to be the example for the children.. They're all watching..

#push #logo #verbicon Word as Image!  http://www.akashharlalka.com/works/semantics-word-as-image/

#push #logo #verbicon Word as Image! http://www.akashharlalka.com/works/semantics-word-as-image/

This playful series by Ji Lee called Word as Image is one that's nearly 20 years in the making. It began as an assignment for his typography class while in art school, which encouraged students to see beyond the practicality of letterforms and instead play with their shapes to discover their creative potential. "The challenge …

This playful series by Ji Lee called Word as Image is one that's nearly 20 years in the making. It began as an assignment for his typography class while in art school, which encouraged students to see beyond the practicality of letterforms and instead play with their shapes to discover their creative potential. "The challenge …

This series of type are very inventive, simple, bold and ironic.   These explore humour and character! For example the word "robbery" has created a scene for the viewer by turning the 'r' in to a gun and the 'Y' into the victim. Ironic?

This series of type are very inventive, simple, bold and ironic. These explore humour and character! For example the word "robbery" has created a scene for the viewer by turning the 'r' in to a gun and the 'Y' into the victim. Ironic?

Word as Image - Ji Lee offers us a unique look at words, his rule - use only the graphic elements of the letters without adding outside parts. "Elevator" #okokno

Word as Image - Ji Lee offers us a unique look at words, his rule - use only the graphic elements of the letters without adding outside parts. "Elevator" #okokno

This picture, although very simple, struck me as interesting because of the play on words/playing up the typography. When we think of parallel lines we think of two lines or more that are coplanar (in math terms) and never intersect, and that's exactly what we see in the picture: three lines that are parallel. But the cool part about it is that the lines make up the letters 'l' in the word 'parallel', and this simple little flare to this picture makes it all the more interesting.

This picture, although very simple, struck me as interesting because of the play on words/playing up the typography. When we think of parallel lines we think of two lines or more that are coplanar (in math terms) and never intersect, and that's exactly what we see in the picture: three lines that are parallel. But the cool part about it is that the lines make up the letters 'l' in the word 'parallel', and this simple little flare to this picture makes it all the more interesting.