Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Love this. Graphic artist Phil Yamada created his own version of the alphabet using acrylic paint on scrap sheets of newspaper. His letterforms are incredibly innovative, and many give a nod to pop culture marvels (i.e. clockwork orange, pacman, American Gothic, pez, etc.) The result is surprisingly stunning.
See more of Yamada's paint on print here and here.
(I think the R and the V are my faves.)