Welcome to another challenge at MDS Monday! It is my turn to host, and this week my challenge for you is to create a digital or hybrid project with subway art. Loosely defined, subway art is using different size and type of fonts to fill the area with related words. Horizontal or vertical text or even graphics... fill the space any way you like. Just make it varied in size and type and filled to the brim. :)
I also included a quick sketch, if you choose to use it.
mydigitalstudio.net challenge focusing on free fonts. Subway art is a perfect way to showcase fonts. This page is based mostly on the Neon Notes kit. I've had it a while but haven't given it a good whirl yet. Reminds me of Bob the Builder, or that's the generic name we use for kids' construction sets in our house. I think the Oh Splat! stamp set matches up nicely with it as well.
Edit to add: I created a video on how I edited the heart-shaped clip.
MDS Elements: Stamps: Presto Patterns Overlays, Oh Splat!, Neon Notes, Decorative Overlays; Color Palette: Crumb Cake, Melon Mambo, Pumpkin Pie, Yoyo Yellow; Accessories: Shaped Clips, Neon Notes, Simple Stitches, Paper Buttons (recolored), Sending Love epoxy brads, Baker's Twine; Font (in order): Rock Salt, You Are Loved, 2Peas Goofball, Surf Safari, KG Skinny Latte.
I was quite early in getting my page done, so I had time to come back and make another page.
I did some color matching for the chevron stamp image and strip of card stock above it. The photos have a pink glow drop shadow, which was also color-matched. This page was the perfect excuse to grab the Designer Threads download.
MDS Elements: Stamps: Chevron, Presto Patterns Overlays, Days to Remember overlay; Paper: Back to School; Color Palette: Primrose Petals, Basic Black, Whisper White; Accessories: Designer Threads, Downtown Grunge stitching; Font various.
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