The images that come in Chow Martin’s “Typographical Explorations,” make magical use of a pen and its ink.
The pictures extend with such depth that, 1. it takes a second to see the real picture and 2. after you figure it out, you want to keep looking.
The messages within the pictures are only the tip of the iceberg in relation to the detailed composition of the collection (although the tip may be the most important).
Pen and ink drawings are classic Martin style, so check out his portfolio for other extravagant collections.
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