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  • Erin Money

    high school lessons - mos def type portrait

  • PinkMatter

    typography art #MOSDEF

  • Ian Trout

    M2: This typography portrait of Dante Terrell Smith, or better known as Mos Def. The text is made up of the artist favorite lyrics. I tried finding the artist responsible but was unsuccessful. This has to be my favorite thing I've found typography wise. The shading and depth it has looks like his face is actually alive. It's as his his face tells stories with having to speak.

  • Bernadette Alvarez-Candelario

    mos def lyric portrait (typography art)

  • Jenn Marcus

    high school lessons text self portrait

  • Shayan Ghassemi

    Great typographic rendition of Mos Def's Black on Both Sides album cover. I thought the use of white text to illustrate against the black backdrop served as a great contrast visually.

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