I love typography in nearly any form, but I adore this photo set by Richard J. Evans that uses black letters as water in an overflowing sink.
From all angles, the art piece arrests the senses. Are Richard J. Evans' letters representative of the jumbled words and information that inundate nearly every aspect of our waking world? Check out the images in the gallery above and weigh in below.
Implications - With so many harmful elements emerging each day in the modern sphere, consumers are looking for ways to protect the planet. Products that offer an eco-conscious element are appealing to those who want to be green-friendly without sacrificing their lifestyles. In order to grow its appeal, a company could focus their efforts on this.
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Stellar Typography Sink by Richard J. Evans
- By: Marissa BrassfieldJul 1, 2009 Updated: Jul 7 2011