Aug

13

creative crushing – two hellos

two projects making diy hello signs

Clearly I have a thing for words. But from the look of things, it’s not just me. Signs and things that say seem to be a trend that is here to stay. Last week, funnily enough, I came across these two hellos. Maybe that’s not your word, I’m not sure what mine is… but the technique is what had me. The first hello is embroidered in the negative space using splashes of color to reveal the word. Crafted by Australian design student, Fallon Horstmann, who created the design freehand. The second hello is from a great tutorial found on Poppytalk by Rachel from The Crafted Life, which shows step-by-step how to make your own wooden sign. Thank you both for these ways with words.

Images via behance & poppytalk.

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Jan

19

sign me up

These signs pretty much speak for themselves… as, um, most do. I found them on Etsy, actually they found me… and I was unable to pass them by. They are designed by William Dohman and are made from recycled wood. I love them, the use of type, the composition, the fact that they are recycled, and his point of view. To see these and more have a look at his Etsy store here.

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