#17 This & That

17-This-&-That


#17 This & That
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There’s noth­ing much to say about this Amper­Art piece #17, This & That, except that it fol­lows the cri­te­ria for the series:
1. Com­mon phrase
2. Con­tains the word “and” or an ampersand
3. Makes for an inter­est­ing sto­ry (well, This & That fails There)

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Production notes for #17 This & That:
Original size: 20x30 inches

Program: Adobe Photoshop (I have no idea why this wasn’t created in Illustrator)
Fonts: Helvetica Bold Condensed, Helvetica Black
Ampersand: Helvetica Black
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3 thoughts to “#17 This & That”

  1. I real­ly enjoy this piece, Chaz! It evokes mem­o­ries from my past, like that of a neat black, long-​sleeved top with the small col­ored dots that I loved wear­ing! It was fun and wear­ing it made me feel hap­py and care­free. Many years lat­er, I bought leg­gings for April in the same cool style.

    1. Tom, I am going to use your title, Pen & Ink — an excel­lent sug­ges­tion, com­ing from such a tal­ent­ed artist as yourself.

      I had con­sid­ered Pen & Pen­cil, but Pen & Ink is per­fect! (It’s what we artists used before Illus­tra­tor and Pho­to­shop, isn’t it? Does­n’t mat­ter, I still can’t draw.)

      Thanks, Tom. It won’t be the last one, though. I want to use it before I’m too fee­ble to cre­ate anymore.

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