Cards from Bob Dylan's Music Video Recreated Using Fancy Hand Lettering


A Brazilian artist makes use of fancy hand lettering and typography skill to make his own rendition of the lyric cards from the video of Bob Dylan’s ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues.’ Watch the video and read more about it after the jump!

Photo via Leandro Senna

I’m a huge fan of calligraphy and beautiful typography, so when I saw the work of Leandro Senna, I was floored. Using only pencil, black tint pens, and brushes, the Brazilian Art Director and Graphic Designer toiled for a month to create 66 lyric cards to go along with Bob Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues, much like the original video which inspired it. Watch Leondro Senna’s rendition below:

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“I’ve been thinking for a lot of time on doing a personal project where I could get out of the computer for a little bit, and have pleasure doing something handmade. Getting back to the basics,” Leandro tells his Vimeo audience about his hand lettering experience.

If you want to learn more about this project, check out the behind the scenes post on his website.

Each card is a work of art, and a fine showmanship of the artist’s typography skills, don’t you agree? Tell us what you think with a comment below!

All information for this article were sourced from Lost At E Minor and Leandro Senna's Website.

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