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Fantastic word art prints

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We've got some small print for you to read. No, really. And you're going to enjoy it.

The superbly named Robotic Ewe has created a series of brilliant prints that, at a glance, appear to be colourful paintings of pop culture characters. Upon closer inspection, the Glasgow-based artist's work comes into its own.

Each of the prints is made up of coloured quotes and phrases associated with the subject they're building: a Batman formed from "Na na na na's" of the classic TV theme tune, David Bowie's A Lad Insane constructed out of song lyrics and various pun-based objects.

Head over to Ewe's page to check out more of their work and pick up a print. Magnifying glasses aren't included.

(Images: Robotic Ewe)

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