This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

A famous character illustrated by his world famous line. By connecting two famous things together and fusing them well, images like this can increase the impressiveness of this image. - Haru Kato

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A famous character illustrated by his world famous line. By connecting two famous things together and fusing them well, images like this can increase the impressiveness of this image. - Haru Kato

Going With The Flow on Behance // Introducing @moirestudiosjkt a thriving website and graphic design studio. Feel Free to Follow us @moirestudiosjkt to see more #outstanding pins like this. #typography #graphicDesign

Going With The Flow on Behance // Introducing @moirestudiosjkt a thriving website and graphic design studio. Feel Free to Follow us @moirestudiosjkt to see more #outstanding pins like this. #typography #graphicDesign

25 Amazing Typography Graphic Designs for your inspiration. Follow us www.pinterest.com/webneel

25 Amazing Typography Graphic Designs for your inspiration

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I love how the creator was able to "take apart" the pencil to spell out the text, which is different than simply spelling "Draw More" with pencils as the letters, which I've seen over and over again. The dark background is a good contrast to the focus of the piece, which is good because I can see the text potentially getting lost in a lighter colored background.

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I love how the creator was able to "take apart" the pencil to spell out the text, which is different than simply spelling "Draw More" with pencils as the letters, which I've seen over and over again. The dark background is a good contrast to the focus of the piece, which is good because I can see the text potentially getting lost in a lighter colored background.

I like the use of negative space in this image to best convey the idea behind it. Not to mention it makes the text look interesting.

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I like the use of negative space in this image to best convey the idea behind it. Not to mention it makes the text look interesting.

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