I’ve been following Dan Duffy on Twitter for a while now (@Phillywordart) and have always been impressed with his work at Philly Word Art. He specializes in drawing images with words. For example, here’s a picture of Philadelphia he drew using the city’s street names.
Cool, right? Dan also has a lot of sports-related drawings. But among the most impressive is his drawing of the Philadelphia Eagle, using all 1,739 player names in team history.
According to Dan’s blog:
I wanted to capture pieces of all the past Eagles logos. I actually started with the Eagles logo image from the late 80s/early 90s, and then flipped it so it would fly from left to right - a nod to the pre-1980s logos.
And whose name was the final piece of Dan’s masterpiece? None other than Carson Wentz, of course. See if you can find him.