Emblem 155

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The period is the typographic representation of an end.  It is neither an expression of humour nor of sentiment.  It simply is what it is.  The image was printed using a Vandercook letterpress machine. Letterpress allows typography to sing and so while the character has passed, the letterpressed period signifies a poetic reminder to the reader of his previous existence. 
Definitions were taken from The American Heritage Dictionary, Third Edition, published by Houghton Mifflin Company, copyright 1993.