These last few days I have been working on my entries to Adobe 36 Days of Type. For that I have opted to make a Pictionary, using for each letterform a facetype beginning with that specific letter (eg, A for Arya, B for Blippo and so on) and also adding models/illustrations of things that begin with the same letter. Mostly done in Dimension of course, and also some Photoshop thrown in.
As for why I am picking Arya over Arial - which is more famous - I ask: why you would use Arial if you have Helvetica, really???
Can you find the hidden objects in each letter composite?
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So, continuing with the challenge, here is my letter B. I present the letters in both Upper and Lower cases, by the way. I used Blippo and, although it is not in the Type app inside CC, it is a free font that is, in my opinion, quite historical and remarkable - the image of an era.
Again, which objects are hiding here?
Thanks a lot as ever for your support!
Another one for today, which reminds me I have to work on H, letter C. Also in Upper and Lower cases, can you guess what is hiding in this mess?
Thanks a million as always!
Now, it is time for D. I have two versions of that, Day and Night. I prefer the Night, but that's up to you. Also, can you find the D objects here? Thanks so much!

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