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July 26, 2016 AT 11:00 am

Lisa Maltby Turns Negative Comments into Art #ArtTuesday

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Inspiring work from Lisa Maltby via Creative Boom:

For illustrator, designer and lettering artist Lisa Maltby, she’s come up against a number of put-downs, both from acquaintances and creative professionals, and decided to transform them into art.

She explained: “As a sort of weird cathartic process I decided to turn the criticisms and condescending comments into fun typographic art. I wanted to create these in ways that matched each comment, using different media for each one accordingly. I hope they make you chuckle.”

Read more and see more from Lisa Maltby


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