It’s fascinating to see how the mind can introduce graphic images into our signatures. It’s a striking example of how a deep involvement with any interest such as ballet will find it’s expressive outlet in our handwriting.
Criticism needs to be based on a solid purpose. It should be used to prepare the way for encouragement. Only then can it be called constructive. Like a garden of weeds that needs to be cleared and cultivated before you can grow spectacular blooms, criticism should be used constructively to clear away self-imposed obstacles.
Take a look at this fascinating letter written by Elvis Presley to President Nixon. Who would have guessed what was raging under the surface?
Freddie Mercury’s dynamism and showmanship are electrifying and there are signs of this in his signature
Freud’s handwriting is a perfect example of powerful emotion and passion on the page. Passion and fearless originality are the hallmarks of his handwriting