Endlessly inventive graphic artist Marian Bantjes has spelled out words in everything from wilted peony petals to sugar. From her home on an island off Vancouver, B.C., Bantjes creates mind-blowing type solutions for posters, Wired, the New Yorker and other clients. Her labyrinthine letters loop into infinity, morph into locks of hair or become insect antennae. On this website, she presents tons of groovy projects in a visual feast that is leavened with her forthright braggadocio in combo with a self-effacing, low-fi sensibility. If you missed her March talk at Walker Art Center, go here for sweet consolation.