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Famous Structures are Reimagined in Hodei Ensunza's 'Typography Buildings'

By: Michael Hines - Published:   Updated: Jul 26 2011 • References: behance.net & behance.net
I'm a huge fan of words, which probably explains why I love Hodei Ensunza's 'Typography Buildings' so much. Hodei Ensunaza has taken famous buildings and landmarks and built them out of work. It's an English nerd's dream come true.

These images are certainly something. The Eiffel Tower and Taj Mahal constructed out of words are certainly epic sights to behold. Check them out for yourself in the gallery. I love words!

Implications - Hodei Ensunza's 'Typography Buildings' is without a doubt a phenomenal collection. I thought it was so good that I really stopped to take my time with each image. Sometimes you just need to slow down to see the beauty that is in front of your eyes.

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