This piece really means a lot me to me, I wanted to create a type piece that said Save our souls. Not only did I want it to just be a type piece but a I wanted this artwork to carry weight to it as well.
Created using @photoshop and @adobe Illustrator
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From exploration with one number, excuse the pun. To creating a collection of numbers that fitted nicely within each other for layout artwork.
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I have been playing around with shapes to create these amazing african Nike illustrations
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