Letter Man

Letter Man
May 3, 2012 admin

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London-based designer Paul Elliman has long been experimenting with deconstructions of language and objects—creating alphabets from photobooth portraits. Elliman conjures words from ordinary objects. “Dead Scissors,” for example, collects broken-off scissor handles that look like the letter P. Click here to view source.

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