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i have dabbled in the caligraphy from time to time and found its much harder to write like that than alot of the older styles. theres a guy in my city that writes in cursive/caligrapy mix, and it looks real good, i think that how i got started with learning that.its fun stuff, but definitly hard. for anyone who hasnt tried it, you should at least once or twice. KOOTER, how much were your classes?

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the letters are individualy ornate, and nice to see, but there's def a good reason why they passed. too much is strictly death for the eye.

 

heres some art nouveau shizzles:

mid 1800-> 1900s.

progress or regression you decide.

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lets see more. hook it ups mylk

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Originally posted by swekone

piecing with that style would look straight up gangsta

 

Indeed. By no means has the idea been passed up either. I've seen countless images of guys who have tried their hand at creating the fine line between writing and calligraphy. Even yours truly had a short lived spell with the bug. I even went so far as to get into the arabic writing as well... I believe the first ever While You Were Sleeping magazine had an image on the cover of an arabic inspired piece I did. Anyway... this old english inspired piece is from 1996... and says JKER.

 

http://www.graffiti.org/sins/directory/artists/joker/history/old03.jpg'>

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