"I don’t really feel I have that 'unique' style, but I’m in love with script and flourishes since actually I began with copperplate calligraphy at first," Dexa Muamar told Lettering Guy. "The way the letters connect is something special for me, and I can play with the flourish of course. And for now I feel more comfortable drawing at small scale. [It’s] usually at 3-4cm in width."

Meet Dexa Muamar, an Indonesian artist who intricately letters meaningful phrases on the micro scale. Titled "Tiny Masterworks," these drawings are at present just a hobby for Muamar, who is finishing a BA in Economic Development. When Lettering Guy asked Muamar what drives him to lettering, despite his other pursuits, he replied:

“I think letters is the way to reveal our thought about something that happens around us, like me, I like to [write] quotes [that reflects someone’s] incident/case. I rarely bring motivation quotes, i love the “truest” quotes that has an impact on us. Besides that, making letters kinda been therapy for me, you won’t get the “good letters” just by in short time, I love how we strive to pursuit it”

More info: Instagram | Twitter (h/t: sobadsogood, letteringguy)

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Karthi T 2 years ago

Good saying ... Wonderful text design

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Annahita O'Hara 2 years ago

Now it makes all sense!!

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Daria B 2 years ago

This one kinda speaks to me pretty much.

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Peter Emerson 2 years ago

Really like how blunt this one is

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Luis Milian 2 years ago

awesome! I credit this one.

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Joanna Paula Mabascog 2 years ago

Preach. This to all my friends who don't understand me for who I am.

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Yuri Lee 2 years ago

Add "be" after "born to" Add"-ing" to "stand" It can be read as: born to be standing out OR born to be outstanding Just a suggestion ;3

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

So.... This person is ambidextrous?

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Claudia Rotter 2 years ago

hard one!! :D

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Daria B 2 years ago

This is good, but I think it would be more inspirational if the quote was oriented at learning by your mistakes. It's all experience that's there to make us stronger and wiser.

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Karen Schindler 2 years ago

needs apostrophes!

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Julia Wolfe 2 years ago

I sometimes give myself lousy advice and do follow it.

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Goddess 2 years ago

So true. Makin (certain) mistakes is part of the process of growth, which can lead to success

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Goddess 2 years ago

Yes. I hate copy-cats.

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Ann Ros'a 2 years ago

????

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Alexis Rowland 2 years ago

What is this saying????

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Casper Natashia 2 years ago

i want to cut his nail

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Wiktor Osłów 2 years ago

it looks nice but completly unreadable

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Daria B 2 years ago

Ugh... This is slightly illegible. I thought the "it's funny" part was "city hinny", and, please, someone tell me what the last word is....

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Yvonne Broeks 2 years ago

Practice also makes progress.. :)

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