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Sunday, December 02, 2007


Fall 2007 Sketchbook, Page 05

Medium: Prismacolor, crayon, pencil
Support: Strathmore premium recycled sketch paper, 60 lb.
Dimensions: 5.5" X 8.5"

A simple monoalphabetic substitution cipher, made up of ordinary things.

Text reads: Monoalphabetic substitution ciphers are easy to crack through frequency analysis. It doesn't matter what symbols you use, the principle remains the same.
Apple. Ball. Cat. Dog. Egg. Flower. Glass. House. Ink. Jewel. King. Lamp. Mouth. Nose. Orange. Pie. Queen. Ring. Star. Tear. Up. Vote. Water. X the Unknown. Yarn. ZZZ ... (Shuteye).
Ordinary things.

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