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    • Jennifer Regenscheid

      Private commission of a ‘very fun and awesome family motto!’ by MaricorMaricar. Quote taken from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure :: yeah totally

    • Erica-May Chan

      Be Excellent To Each Other (hand sewn) by MaricorMaricar, via Behance

    • Danny Hengel

      Maricor & Maricar Manalo (also known simply as Maricor/Maricar) are a crafty & creative twin sister duo based in Sydney, Australia who were recently asked to create a three-dimensional hand-embroidered illustration for WIRED Magazine’s December issue. They say it took about 185 hours to complete because they also captured their whole process in an animation that can only be seen with the WIRED iPad app. Their other work features some beautifully designed typography, also embroidered.

    • Liz Minnix

      thanks for the wise words Bill and Ted

    • Megan Gliori

      Hand Lettering Quotes

    • 24 carrots catering & events

      Be Excellent To Each Other by MaricorMaricar via Behance #inspiration #quotes

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