Completely incidental: I’ve created a mustache U. Or maybe a bow tie? Either way, love, love, love it.
There’s something comforting about this building block style. Comforting like tangram pieces in elementary school. Everything always fits.
I wanted S to be girly because it is made solely of curves. There is something seductive about S. Seductive and snakey. Yes, they always go hand-in-hand.
R is for rabbit. Rabbits are often used as a symbol of fertility or rebirth, and have long been associated with spring and Easter as the Easter Bunny.
The rabbit often appears in folklore as the trickster archetype, as he uses his cunning to outwit his enemies. In Japanese tradition, rabbits live on the moon where they make mochi, the popular snack of mashed sticky rice.
O is completely deceiving. It’s just a circle right? Looks totally innocent right? Not! It’s a total front.
This letter is complex in it’s simplicity, taunting many a designer, leading them to madness.
“Seriously, I can’t believe you. Sitting there trying to be all global and what. You’re a total fraud. What about everything outside of that great big all-inclusive circle? You gonna crack? You gonna turn into a C? You’re like one of those Sandals trips that everyone loves. There’s always gonna to be something they don’t include. You gonna crack? Huh?”
*10 minutes of silence*
“I can’t even believe this. What a poser.”
The lovely N. Found inspiration from a pair of high fashion shoes I saw on a blog minutes before I opened Illustrator. She seems strikingly dainty despite the sharp angles and geometric curves.