Look I made an educational thing for you. Remember this sentence.
Remember the apostrophe and how its jimmies remain unrustled by whatever is going on left or right of it. The apostrophe neither twists nor turns. It always faces in the same direction. The only direction. Because for the apostrophe, it is the right direction.
The apostrophe is a lone wolf. It operates alone because it is strong. It does not need a partner to deal with those wimpy letters. It laughs at the quotation mark twins because, unlike it, they’re worthless on their own.
The apostrophe truly could not give any less fucks about the letters around it. In fact, it eats them for breakfast. Letters don’t stand a chance against the power of the apostrophe. Wherever the apostrophe goes, they disappear. Crushed and and consumed by its contractile power.
Adobe Caslon’s apostrophe.
Okay listen, I just want you to stop using a closing single quote instead of a proper apostrophe. It’s »Pop ’em in the head«, not »Pop ‘em«, okay? It doesn’t matter where it is, it always looks just like the comma. That’s why it’s called a high comma.
Yeah, I fucked up the Fuck, I’m sorry, okay?
Using instagram, photographer Murad Osmannsing creatively documents his travels around the world with his girlfriend leading the way in his ongoing series known as Follow Me To.
Street Artist Paints Whimsical Murals Around the World at My Modern Metropolis
Goran Patlejch, Prague, collects such patterns of hand-drilled ventilation holes. Found art.
Xchange by Nick Gentry
About his work:
Much of his artistic output has been generated with the use of contributed artefacts and materials. He states that through this process “contributor, artist and viewer come closer together”. His art is influenced by the development of consumerism, technology, identity and cyberculture in society, with a distinctive focus on obsolete media.
dictionary.com word of the day: percipient \per-SIP-ee-uhnt, adjective: having perception; discerning; discriminating: a percipient choice of wines.
well this is just goddamn perfect
Open and inviting family residence in Sydney
Kim Cogan - Waves (2010)
Hi-Res anklicken, pl0x.
—Vladimir Nabokov was a Russian-American novelist (1899-1977), Laughter in the Dark, Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1932
Photo: Vladimir Nabokov looking out of car window. He likes to work in the car, writing on index cards. - LIFE (Ithaca State, NY, 1958)
Juuuust in case you find it helpful, here’s my little guide on drawing vector and pixel hearts. Consider it a starting point and spike it with your own love potion.
These clever party invitations had an extra surprise for the guests.
Fonts used are Archer, Mishka, and Futura Bold.
(via FPO | design by St.Gertrude Design & Letterpress)