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Posted on Monday, July 20th, 2009 under Design Sketches | No comments

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Something quick I whipped up for Brandon.

Sadly, the type is not mine ... my pens weren't liking the blue lead I drew this piece with, so my type came out all bloated. This is the beautiful "Peixe Frito" by Billy Argel.

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