Monthly Archives: May 2005

Fontastic

At FontShop, we believe a typeface can be as expressive as the human face. What font speaks for you? Show the world. FontShop [Thanks Christine]

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Moleskine 3 for the price of 2 deal in the UK

"I’m not sure if this might be of interest for inclusion on the site for the benefit of people from the UK,  but anyway. In the UK Moleskines are not that easy to find in retail stores. Waterstone’s a major … Continue reading

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Ben Saunders

"We started the day with an enormous climb. Ten minutes after we’d set off, the incline of the glacier we’re on changed from flat to slightly uphill. Ten minutes further on, we were struggling up a surface so steep that … Continue reading

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Moleskine versus Miquelrius

"My friend Jim was passing through town the other day, and we compared Moleskines. Or rather, I brought out my immaculate Moleskine and he brought out a black pile of something or other. I asked him to tell me about … Continue reading

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The Hedda Morrison Photographs of China

The Hedda Morrison Photographs of China1933-1946 The Harvard-Yenching Galleryof the Harvard College Library LINK [Thanks Christine]

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Tale of the Genji

"In a certain reign there was a lady not of the first rank whom the emperor loved more than any of the others. The grand ladies with high ambitions thought her a presumptuous upstart, and lesser ladies were still more … Continue reading

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“Harriet the Spy”

"She found that when she didn’t have a notebook it was hard for her to think. The thoughts came slowly, as though they had to squeeze through a tiny door to get to her, whereas when she wrote, they flowed … Continue reading

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Daily Type

"Daily Type is a creative project run by four russian type designers. Day by day, they create original typefaces and post their results along with routine. " idea by Yury Ostromentsky & Dasha Yarzhambek LINK

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Holy H2O: Fluid Universe

"I recently visited the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, for the first time, and this is the second part of my reflections on the experience… "La Siren" was the part of the show that really spoke to my … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Get the Creative Juices Flowing

"My brain is always working overtime.  I’m always thinking about different things like if God is real, just how evil is our government, what really is in a Dolly Madison Pie and do dogs dream in color.  However in coming … Continue reading

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