Grafitti artist breaks down letterforms in 36 Days of Type

Grafitti artist breaks down letterforms in 36 Days of Type

In a project that he’s calling “36 Days of Type” the graffiti-artist who works under the name Nase Pop is using bold colors to break down the shapes of letters. Using trompe l’oeil painting techniques in his murals, the letters have the illusion of popping off the wall, and in some cases, they actually do pop-off the wall.

Currently based in Buenos Aires, the Netherlands-born artist was actively creating graffiti murals before beginning this lettering project. For a behind-the-scenes look, photographer Alejandra Leston reveals his mural-making process of spray-paint cans and used paintbrushes.

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