Okay, I think I like how this turned out. The flipping pages look cool, and I realized the bottom right leg of the “K” looks like an open book cover. Neato. 📖 .
Side note: black and white always seems to look awesome.
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Choosing this particular “K” to work on. I like the concept of the flipping pages. 😎📖 .
On a random side note, my wife and I have been watching The Umbrella Academy on Netflix and it is unbelievably good. Have you seen it yet?
What happens when we strip a word of its context — the place we hear it, the person who’s saying it, the sentence it belongs to? How does a word make you feel when it’s standing alone? Words hold vibrations, and the more we hear them or repeat them to ourselves, the more we’re struck with that vibration. I’ve noticed personally that I immediately feel my energy shift when I think, speak, or hear the word “anxiety”. While I’m not dismissing anxiety as a serious mental health issue, I am interested in how the word itself makes me feel and how much more anxious I feel when I hear it. On the other end of the spectrum is a word like “infinite”. When I hear infinite, I feel open and free. With anxiety, I am trapped. With infinite, I am alive.