Knowing what you’re doing is not nearly as important as knowing what you believe in and what your values are and understanding how to translate that into the decisions that you’re making.
Max Temkin, Creator of Cards Against Humanity
Wherever you are, embrace each weird little step that got you there.
"…Your story will have involved some leaving and some coming home, some summer and some winter, some roses blooming out like children in a play. My hope is your story will be about changing, about getting something beautiful born inside of you, about learning to love a woman or a man, about learning to love a child, about moving yourself around water, around mountains, around friends, about learning to love others more than we love ourselves, about learning oneness as a way of understanding God… It might be time for you to go. It might be time to chance, to shine out.
Roll the word around on your tongue for a bit. It is a beautiful word, isn’t it? So strong and forceful, the way you have always wanted to be. And you will not be alone. You have never been alone. Don’t worry. Everything will still be here when you get back. It is you who will have changed.”
Donald Miller’s Through Painted Deserts
My friends Judson and Lucas Kovasckitz are venturing out over the next two months to travel America together and document their journey. They produced this incredibly moving video to share a little bit of their heart behind the project, and you should definitely take a look.
These guys are undertaking the trip of a lifetime, and I can’t wait to see where it takes them. I’m proud to know these gentlemen.
Sometimes I get discouraged that I’m not better at this thing called design. Then I remind myself that it is through DELIBERATE PRACTICE in which you can attain mastery of your craft. Keep practicing, stay passionate. Ever onward, ever upward.
Wahoo! I live in Portland now. #homesweethome #pdx (at St. Johns Bridge)
keep fucking learning. #goodfuckingdesignadvice
The true life is not reducible to words spoken or written, not by anyone, ever. The true life takes place when we’re alone, thinking, feeling, lost in memory, dreamingly self-aware, the submicroscopic moments.
Don DeLillo, Point Omega
Part one of two typography pieces currently being shown at The Robert and Gennie DeWeese Gallery.
One of two typography pieces currently being shown at The Robert and Gennie DeWeese Gallery.
"F" monogram on M&M’s.