Friday, February 22, 2013

46: G for George, plus W from last month

These G s were slapped together using a variety of pens.  Some of them are a little, hmmm, hasty.  
Here are 26 variations on the letter G, in honor of our first president.  I wrote them using the three basic kinds of pen: broad-edged, unvarying, pressure-sensitive.  The large G is made of some George Washington symbols from the legendary cherry-tree-chopping tale.     

If you've been following this daily alphabet blog, you may remember the alphabet of 26 M s that celebrate Martin Luther King Day.  Just scroll back to January 21 and turn them upside down to transform them into 26 W s.

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