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Happy Bornday to the Master Teacher- Steveland Judkins Morris aka Stevie Wonder
May 13, 2014

Happy Bornday to the Master Teacher- Steveland Judkins Morris aka Stevie Wonder

When iTunes shuffle just reads your mind. 💙 #bedtimelistening
May 9, 2014

When iTunes shuffle just reads your mind. 💙 #bedtimelistening

Apr 19, 2014 / 470 notes

beautifultype:

New print from Seb Lester. You can get it here

weandthecolor:

NEOPOLIS – Typographic Artwork by Atelier Olschinsky
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Apr 18, 2014 / 207 notes

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NEOPOLIS – Typographic Artwork by Atelier Olschinsky

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Apr 18, 2014 / 2,206 notes
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"When the sun shines, it shines without any discrimination; it shines on every point of the country, every nook and corner.
We should be like that.”
~A little bit of sunshiny wisdom from The Dalai Lama, from The Way to Freedom.
(Photo by Tommy Clark)
Apr 17, 2014 / 168 notes

beingblog:

"When the sun shines, it shines without any discrimination; it shines on every point of the country, every nook and corner.

We should be like that.”

~A little bit of sunshiny wisdom from The Dalai Lama, from The Way to Freedom.

(Photo by Tommy Clark)

80scartoons:

Mumm-Ra by Motizuki
Apr 17, 2014 / 35 notes
70sbestblackalbums:

2010 live in Parishttp://youtu.be/YDUYGx3dkHE
Apr 16, 2014 / 87 notes
weandthecolor:

Pulp Street – Art Print by Beery Method
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Apr 16, 2014 / 321 notes
Apr 15, 2014 / 537 notes

typeworship:

Daft Type

These Daft Punk merchandise ads do a great job of mimicking ads from the ’70s. The layouts, colours and type all evoke the decades’ graphic style.

Above, you can see one of their latest ads alongside a Coke ad from 1970. (The very same ad that Michael Bierut describes in the Helvetica film: “It’s the real thing. Period! Coke. Period! In Helvetica. Period! Any questions? Of course not. Drink Coke. Period! Simple.”)

The typeface chosen for the 2014 ad appears to be Kabel Black or Geometric 231 Heavy and while it’s no Helvetica, I think it does a much better job in this instance.

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Design Crush
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Mark Z. Danielewski
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le Bat
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Design Crush
Apr 13, 2014 / 3,104 notes
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