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Just started a little typographic gallery based on Ninja being designed in anyway you see fit. Called 'Your Inner Ninja' this is a way to show anyone who cares how you usually internally visualize the word 'Ninja' in a typographic style.

Simply, create typographic designs based solely on the word 'Ninja'. That's it. I have used Posterous as the means to feature all the designs. The site design is less than inspiring and I am working on a better theme etc, so just bear with me. I have opened up the site so anyone can post direct, but I do get to moderate each submission to ensure nothing offensive slips through. But I will be pretty liberal.

How to Release you Inner Ninja

If you want to send in a design, simply email the image as an attachment to : [email protected]

The 'subject' of the email should be the name of the design, which will feature as the post title as well.  You can provide a link back to the original if you also feature it anywhere else, like Flickr or a portfolio site for example. This first example shows you the idea. The image can be any size, portrait or landscape. Posterous will automatically downsize any images to its default image post size, so nothing to worry about there,

You can provide some text if you want to verbalise the design, no limits with this. If you like to write then feel free. But the format should be in this order : Title, Image, Link and Text Description.








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Apple-Sans-Adjectives was designed [email protected] & @Rich_Cahill, and they have kindly made this font available as a freed