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Stone, Terri. “How-To: Lettering Love.” Adobe Create Magazine. Adobe, 2 February 2017. 9 September 2017.

I really like how the lines appear to cross over over each other and not intersecting. Strokes of the letters seem to just hover over one another and just enough to give the illusion they will bond or blow away. 


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