The idea of ​​this project, carried out as part of my second year of DNA Graphic Design, is to illustrate only by layout and typography, a figure of speech attributed in advance. The antanaclase, the figure of speech that I inherited, is a figure of speech that consists of a repetition of a word or an expression giving it another meaning that is also received but still has its own meaning. For example: "THE HEART HAS ITS REASONS WHICH REASON DOES NOT KNOW." To illustrate this principle, I have used different typographic methods, such as the entangling of two typographies, to show the double meaning and the double level of reading of an antanaclase. I also used the idea from the example above, showing the dual image of the heart: the anatomical heart and the symbolic heart.

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