Bob Dylan’s Hand Lettering Experience

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We all spend many hours in front of our various screens, wrestling inspiration from the pixels in front of us. But sometimes you just have to unplug and step away from the digital realm to create something truly fresh. That’s what designer Leandro Senna did when he set out to create a hand lettering project based on Bob Dylan’s iconic prototype music video for the song “Subterranean Homesick Blues.”

Subterranean Homesick Blues

Leandro ended up creating 66 hand lettered cards in all, to represent all the lyrics in the song.

Check out the video below for the full effect, and also visit leandrosenna.com where you can view each card, and read more about the project.

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  • eleanorpeachey says:

    I am sure they have used letterpress printing because such perfection and cleanliness can be achieved only through letterpress machine only.
    core

  • Leandro Senna says:

    Nope Eleanor
    u can check some pages done over the table on my web page
    http://www.leandrosenna.com

    theres no reason why o lie about such thing

  • Kerry Jenkins says:

    Great hand lettering, if you excuse all the typos!

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