I love typography and I love art. But when the two meet, beautiful things happen. Here are some of the most creative uses of typography I’ve ever seen.
I love change but I form habits easily. I am a relaxed person who freaks out when a stressful situation comes. I want to travel but I don’t feel like leaving my home. I want to be a writer, an artist, a musician, a comedian, a scientist, a chef. I know what I want but…… Continue reading The Paradoxes of My Personality
Typography, besides being one of my all-time favourite subjects, is a huge part of design. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to say that if you know how to use type correctly, you know how to design. That is why I put together this short guide covering some of the most important principles in typography -…… Continue reading Typography 101
Zines have only been on my radar for a few months but they are no new thing. According to this Mental Floss article, zines have been around since the 1930’s. I had no idea. But I won’t go into the whole history of zines here – I just want to take a moment to talk…… Continue reading A Post About Zines
Next time you are in need of some creative inspiration – and you and I both know that time will come – these websites (and perhaps another espresso) will give you your fix. Design Crush Design Crush is a blog authored by designer Kelly Beall and has everything from illustration and photography to recipes and…… Continue reading Bookmark These Websites
I was going to show you these aerial beach photos by photographer Gray Malin when I stumbled across something better. It is a photography series called Gray Malin at the Parker and involves 1) a luxury hotel and 2) wild animals. Why am I sharing this? Because it turns out that these are not Photoshopped,…… Continue reading Gray Malin at the Parker
They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Obviously I disagree. Here are some clever cover designs that will make you do a double take.
I do. And it was the easiest thing in the world. We tend to overthink things as adults, which is why it never occurs to most of us to just pick up a pen and start drawing. It’s funny because I don’t remember feeling intimidated by a blank piece of paper as a child and…… Continue reading Remember how you used to draw as a kid?