The handed painted sign of the Antioch Church in downtown Dallas is a beacon of leading craft.
The shapes, a cross and an arrow combined, are simple. But I stand in awe at how the designer/painter (I really hope they’re the same person) set the leading so precisely. The spacing between the letters is set to near perfection.
But remember, this is the side of a brick building. Not a collection of Photoshop layers.
There’s no control z. A mistake at this scale is a physical cost. A cost the designer/painter was willing to bear.