Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Inside 4-Needle Book


This shows an inside page in the book with one of the cover pieces extending to the left.
The calligraphic marks are some examples of form themes, ala Hans Joachim Burgert. I made them using a blue Pitt brush pen.

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Silver said...

I really like this page, love those flowing lines, and was surprised to read that you made them with a Pitt brush pen. Guess I just didn't realize how cool the brush pens could be. Thanks for showing me their potential. :)

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