Experimental Typography // Unresolve
As part of my course, I was trying figure out the meaning of the phrase, "Unresolve your Heart".  At first, it seemed similar to the common expressions such as "listen to your heart" and "follow your heart". But upon searching for the meaning of the word, Unresolve, I realised that firstly, there is no such word as Unresolve and the word Unresolved means something which hasn’t been decided upon.

Many times, we tend to derive the meaning of a word based on how and in what context they have been used and the knowledge we have previously gained.

As soon as I learn a new word, I start seeing it everywhere. Not because the word is being used more often by everyone but rather I became more aware about its presence and usage.

You assume something is the same unless you are told otherwise.

Here I explained the process of familiarising myself with the word, Unresolve, by using Orange and Tangerine peels, two fruits which are very similar from a distance, but upon paying closer attention, you notice the differences. 





Unresolve
6' 6" x 2'
Orange and Tangerine peel











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Experimental Typography // Unresolve
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Experimental Typography // Unresolve

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