Buying these stylish new home-wares helps to fund public art projects.
so many good things about this. art for art and lichtenstein all up on my couch…to name two.
every time the client has an inane question that 3 seconds of their time and Google would take care of
Thank Yu, Grace.
every day of my former life.
wonderfully entertaining and informative look at the history of typography
my vision for future progeny
What’s cool about mapping structure like this is that the pieces are moveable. You can rearrange the parts like they’re Tinkertoys. In the Morning Edition structure, for example, you could open in a scene, then introduce two people with other views (like the lines on the right of Bradley’s napkin only on the left). Then the “V.” Then a return to the first character and the lines again. Or, maybe you start with the “V” then meet a character…. See what I mean?
also rightly features on @ilovecharts. quite lovely.
To love is to suffer. To avoid suffering, one must not love. But then, one suffers from not loving. Therefore, to love is to suffer; not to love is to suffer; to suffer is to suffer. To be happy is to love. To be happy, then, is to suffer, but suffering makes one unhappy. Therefore, to be happy, one must love or love to suffer or suffer from too much happiness.
- Woody Allen
Whenever I see a puppy
The most common of the genus ellipses, the Actual Ellipsis (AE) [not to be confused with “..,” the Moron’s Ellipses (ME)] finds regular use in correspondence meant to suggest a sense of impending doom, especially with regard to tasks that require urgent completion. Regularly partners with the parasite Comic Sans. Avoids the cold. Example:
“Sally, stop taking my yogurt from the work fridge…”
“Gina, stop sending me Anthrax in the mail…”
As of March 2013, the AE has been labeled an invasive species. All are welcome to poach, trade, or otherwise fuck around with these bastards before open season ends in late December, when someone will introduce the Rabid Comma Splice (RCS) in an effort to exterminate all AE, only to somehow make the problem much worse.
fun with grammar.
cant promise i’ll get you in
but i’ll get you in