Typographic Illustration for Jay-Z’s ‘Brooklyn Go Hard’

Posted to Data Art  |  Nathan Yau

Evan Roth from the Graffiti Research Lab, uses typographic illustration in Jay-Z’s music video for Brooklyn Go Hard. As the song plays out, we see sketches of Jay-Z drawn using Brooklyn (sort of what we saw from Jeff at Neoformix). It’s quite the work of art:

You can download the source code for the video from Evan’s site, which is pretty cool too.

[via Animal | Thanks, Max]

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