…a ‘bright and colourful typography captured with camera. There is not a drop of any paint here, only the phenomenon of interference’.
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From P Is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever by Raj ‘Lushlife’ Haldar.
I see that the new bus system will include changing from numbering to letters A to F, inclusive.
While Billy Strayhorn wrote Take the A Train for jazz pianist Duke Ellington in 1939 (lyrics by Joya Sherrill, 1944), it may be a while before “Take the A Bus” comes into popular use in Dublin. Somehow a revised Bagatelle song Summer in Dublin won’t sound quite the same with “I jumped on the A to Dún Laoghaire”, rather than the iconic 46a.
Previously: Redesigning Dublin Bus
From ABC For Adults by British illustrator Toby Leigh: a satirical parody of a 1970s children’s alphabet primer already published in French, soon to be published in the US and via crowdfunding in the UK where certain publishers objected to some of the more controversial images, notably Q and S.
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