#94 Big & Tall
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Big & Tall pertains to a lot of things.
Trees are Big & Tall. Buildings are Big & Tall. The Matterhorn (both in Switzerland and at Disneyland) are Big & Tall.
But the term Big & Tall will always remind me of the store that I had to go to sometimes to find a shirt with long enough sleeves, or a pair of socks that the big toe wouldn’t puncture, or a pair of shoes if they weren’t to be found in a department store. I wear a size 13, which is borderline. Some stores carry 13, some stop at 12. But no one carries 14 or larger. So I guess I lucked out in a way.
I have some women friends who would scream if they couldn’t purchase every style in vogue because the shoe store didn’t stock their size. But then, I’d stay clear of a woman who is wearing size 13 stilettos.
What does Big & Tall mean to you?
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Production notes for #94 Big & Tall:
Original size: 20 x 30 inches
Program: Adobe Illustrator
Fonts: Poplar (modified), Univers, Bodoni Poster Compressed (expanded slightly)
Ampersand: Bodoni Poster Compressed (expanded slightly)
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