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Evoking the Past With Dusty Letters
Friday, March 9, 2012 By Rachel Wolff

"In Brooklyn, where hipster nostalgia reigns supreme, a young graphic designer has found sudden success in an unlikely medium: chalk. Impeccably hand-drawn in a range of styles, Dana Tanamachi's old-timey and evocative chalk-only compositions have appeared on everything from wine bottles to in-store displays to the cover of O, the Oprah Magazine.

She encourages clients to come up with thoughtful, pithy phrases like the tagline she sketched for the 2012 Fort Worth Opera Festival's teal-colored program: 'Be drawn in,' left."

Read the entire article here.

-- Rachel Wolff, The Wall Street Journal

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