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“There is not that much responsibility, because a typeface cannot lead to a disaster, I hope.”

Albert-Jan Pool on FF DIN, 2005

YOU NEVER KNOW, Albert.

(via gingermob) Sounds like Heinz.

(Source: fallonvenable)

Tracy Jordan | Werewolf Bar Mitzvah (RAC Remix)

my life = made

(Source: dirtyovercoats, via curious-earth)

dashedlines:

I’m 25 & finally figured out how to do a french twist!


teach us how!

dashedlines:

I’m 25 & finally figured out how to do a french twist!

teach us how!

Where my head is at today.

Where my head is at today.

good:

The Fact That Changed Everything: David Berman and Do Good Design

“I was sitting with my father and I was talking about the idea of how social action is not optional and how to use one’s professional life to leave a legacy of goodness,” says Berman.

good:

The Fact That Changed Everything: David Berman and Do Good Design

“I was sitting with my father and I was talking about the idea of how social action is not optional and how to use one’s professional life to leave a legacy of goodness,” says Berman.

You know those contests you enter but never think you’ll actually win? Well…

One of the original fStop catalogues designed (and signed by) Stefan Sagmeister is mine…

You know those contests you enter but never think you’ll actually win? Well…

One of the original fStop catalogues designed (and signed by) Stefan Sagmeister is mine…

sunfoundation:

Graphic: A woman’s place in the world, ranked from first to last

Canada ranked 17th on a list of the best and worst places to be a woman in the world. In the report, researchers from Save the Children looked at the health, education and economic status of women in 165 countries to develop the ranking, with Norway claiming the top spot and Somalia the bottom. The National Post graphics department analyzes the data.

sunfoundation:

Graphic: A woman’s place in the world, ranked from first to last

Canada ranked 17th on a list of the best and worst places to be a woman in the world. In the report, researchers from Save the Children looked at the health, education and economic status of women in 165 countries to develop the ranking, with Norway claiming the top spot and Somalia the bottom. The National Post graphics department analyzes the data.

(via good)

thank goodness mean girls just came on. this shit is like therapy.

thank goodness mean girls just came on. this shit is like therapy.

prettyclever:

New from H&FJ, Idlewild

prettyclever:

New from H&FJ, Idlewild