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Asia by BumbleBeeLoved
Asia
Typographic map for as an answer to a problem of how to make five sequential book covers for children learning English through current events and make them different enough that you could call them out ("Please go get the South America book.") without making them about the levels ("You're only on book two?!"). My solution was, as seen above, to make the covers about the world, but to make them typographic so they didn't look like geography books. While the end result looked totally different, I enjoyed the handmade element.
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Australia and Islands by BumbleBeeLoved
Australia and Islands
Typographic map for as an answer to a problem of how to make five sequential book covers for children learning English through current events and make them different enough that you could call them out ("Please go get the South America book.") without making them about the levels ("You're only on book two?!"). My solution was, as seen above, to make the covers about the world, but to make them typographic so they didn't look like geography books. While the end result looked totally different, I enjoyed the handmade element.
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South America by BumbleBeeLoved
South America
Typographic map for as an answer to a problem of how to make five sequential book covers for children learning English through current events and make them different enough that you could call them out ("Please go get the South America book.") without making them about the levels ("You're only on book two?!"). My solution was, as seen above, to make the covers about the world, but to make them typographic so they didn't look like geography books. While the end result looked totally different, I enjoyed the handmade element.
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Africa and Europe by BumbleBeeLoved
Africa and Europe
Typographic map for as an answer to a problem of how to make five sequential book covers for children learning English through current events and make them different enough that you could call them out ("Please go get the South America book.") without making them about the levels ("You're only on book two?!"). My solution was, as seen above, to make the covers about the world, but to make them typographic so they didn't look like geography books. While the end result looked totally different, I enjoyed the handmade element.
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North America by BumbleBeeLoved
North America
Typographic map for as an answer to a problem of how to make five sequential book covers for children learning English through current events and make them different enough that you could call them out ("Please go get the South America book.") without making them about the levels ("You're only on book two?!"). My solution was, as seen above, to make the covers about the world, but to make them typographic so they didn't look like geography books. While the end result looked totally different, I enjoyed the handmade element.
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I HAVE AN ETSY ACCOUNT!!

Journal Entry: Tue Jul 22, 2014, 11:17 AM
BumbleBeeLoved

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  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Cool Kids by Echosmith
  • Reading: everydayfeminism articles
  • Watching: Orange is the New Black
  • Eating: nothing yet
  • Drinking: Chocolate milk. I'm an adult.

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BumbleBeeLoved
Melissa, or Mel. Either is fine.
Artist | Professional | Varied
United States
Current Residence: SoCal
Favourite genre of music: I have phases where I go through everything.
Favourite photographer: Annie Leibovitz
Favourite artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Favourite style of art: High Renaissance
Operating System: Reality 1.0
MP3 player of choice: My computer, while I work.
Favourite cartoon character: Batman. Robin. Nightwing. Anything Disney.
Personal Quote: A nation devoid of art and artists cannot have a full existence.
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:iconartin2007:
artin2007 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
...rather nice technique.... good architecture work....good color....
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mtomsky Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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SanpaSazzaro Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the fave on my Boob Tips & Tricks tutorial! x) Have a llama and a nice day :D
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BumbleBeeLoved Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Professional General Artist
of course! it helps so much! and thank you for the llama
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SanpaSazzaro Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
^_^
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StFamous Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012  Student Photographer
Thank you so much for the faves :heart:
Feel free if you would like to add me to your friends list :nod:
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BumbleBeeLoved Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Professional General Artist
of course! :]
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Ninails Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Student Artist
thank you very much for the watch!! =)
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BumbleBeeLoved Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011  Professional General Artist
of course! :]
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hobo95 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the fav = D
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