Wordplay

It’s easy to make things complicated. Simplifying is the hard part.

I’ve always admired people who have simple ideas – they are often the most interesting because it makes you wonder why you didn’t see it first. Taking that thought and making it speak volumes is Arun Raj; an award-winning graphic designer who is making a name for himself in India. Wordplay is an aptly named and clever typographic series that has to make you smile.

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5 thoughts on “Wordplay

  1. hey, it’s superbly awesome:)

  2. pkmiguel says:

    Simple yet very clever.

  3. Timothy Latim says:

    It took me a while to figure out the shadow… but the rest where pretty spot on. very intuitively

  4. lifextwo says:

    You are right – He is a genius, and every one made me smile! I’m on a quest now to see what I can come up with …

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