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Typographic Fence Art by Lambchop

  • Posted by SHFT on October 15, 2012 in Art
  • We're loving these new typographic works from the mysteriously named Lambchop, a Michigan-based artist who uses ordinary flagging tape and other materials to weave positive words and phrases into chain-link fences.

    Like Steve "ESPO" Powers, Lambchop uses hand-rendered typography to express optimistic sentiments on city streets. Most of the pieces have gone up around Ann Arbor, where the giant words float suspended in mid-air, urging passers-by to stop, acknowledge, and smile.

    (via This Isn't Happiness)


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