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    The Lolita Cover Project | Jessica Hische

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    • Tia Queen - The Lolita Cover Project by @JessicaHische. Vladimir Nabokov. #typography #type #embroidery #ornate #lace

    • Bec Mercer

      Man, Jessica Hische can do no wrong. - The Lolita Cover Project by @JessicaHische.

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      i adore this type work! (The Lolita Cover Project by Jessica Hische) #typography #design #graphicdesign

    • Nicole

      Jessica Hische is a badass graphic designer who did the titles for Moonrise Kingdom. Here's her cover for Nabakov's "Lolita." The Lolita Cover Project | Jessica Hische

    • Cynthia Curry - The Lolita Cover Project by @JessicaHische. >>Of course it's by Jessica Hishe, an amazingly talented type creator.

    • Christina Miller

      The Lolita Cover project | Jessica Hische: lace lettering for alternate book covers for Nabakov's Lolita.

    • Nora Ghitescu - The Lolita Cover Project by @Jessica Hische. #type #graphic #design #art #lace

    • Nina Laurence

      Love book covers. - The Lolita Cover Project by @Jessica Hische.

    • Rachel Riner

      Jessica Hisch lace hand lettering, calligraphy, typography

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