“A penny for your thoughts” – “What’s on your mind? (Usually said to someone who is looking pensive.) The saying is from a time when the British penny was worth a significant sum. In 1522, Sir Thomas More wrote (in ‘Four Last Things’): ‘It often happeth, that the very face sheweth the mind walking a pilgrimage, in such wise that.other folk sodainly say to them a peny for your thought.'” ~ From “The Dictionary of Cliches” by James Rogers (Ballantine Books, New York, 1985).
This is another “fan” submission. After some thought on the phrase I conjured an image of one of those creepy looking fortune teller machines which accompany a traveling circus or carnival. I then thought of a head with a piggy bank slot and a typical thought bubble. I used a background texture and color that would give a bit of a carnival feel. The typography grounds this feeling even further. The Typeface I chose is called Zebrawood Standard.
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