Archives for category: in print

 

Read this hilarious New Yorker article by Mindy Kaling about the seven types of women in romantic comedies. My favorite is the “Ethereal Wierdo”:

She might spin a globe, place her finger on a random spot, and decide to move there. The Ethereal Weirdo appears a lot in movies, but nowhere else. If she were from real life, people would think she was a homeless woman and would cross the street to avoid her. But she is essential to the male fantasy that even if a guy is boring he deserves a woman who will find him fascinating and perk up his dreary life by forcing him to go skinny-dipping in a stranger’s pool.”

Adios LA is a visual goodbye to the city Jon Jackson has called home for years as the artist heads east making New York his new home. Not wanting to string LA along, he has decided to firmly break it off through a graphic billboard series posted on the famous streets of his first love.”

(via Honestly WTF)

“There must be quite a few things a hot bath won’t cure, but I don’t know many of them.”


(via vineet kaur)

101 Pretty Printables is a great website for people who can’t afford to pay $5 for a birthday card and yet do not posses the talent to make something of their own. You can download cards, invitations, and even art prints for free! (Better if you have a good printer) Here are a few of my favorites, which include vintage envelope/postcard prints and even a place mat:

really love these posters for the 2012 Olympics in London. More here!

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“THE COLOR OF is a site trying to help define the color of anything, by querying and aggregating image data from Flickr. It is an attempt at answering a potentially complex and abstract question in an objective manner, by using simple algorithms on data originating from subjective human perceptions.” (Swiss-Miss)

(Hope you can read the fine print!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(via Ads of the World)


This is a project titled, minimalist effect in the maximalist market. Isn’t the “more” unflattering??  (via Antrepo, Swiss Miss)

A thought for the day: