Artist Shuns Keyboard In Favor Of Handwritten Texts [Pics]
Designer Cristina Vanko stopped texting her friends and sent them carefully calligraphed notes instead.
In a bid to create her own modern day version of snail mail, designer Cristina Vanko spent seven days without using her smartphone’s keyboard, forgoing traditional text messaging for something a little more old school. Rather than digital messages, Vanko used her father’s calligraphy pen to create handwritten notes which she then photographed and sent to her friends.
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