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    awesome hand lettering | Dave Foster a graphic designer from Sydney, Australia /// DOPE #typography #sketchbooks #handwritten

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    awesome hand lettering | Dave Foster a graphic designer from Sydney, Australia | LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS IDEA!!!!!!!

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    Great use of negative space. | awesome hand lettering | Dave Foster a graphic designer from Sydney, Australia

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