1. supersonicart:

    Brendan Monroe, Paintings etc.

    Paintings and a few murals by artist Brendan Monroe:

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    (via redefinemagazine)

  2. duendehandlettering:

    The Simple Things series by Duende Hand Lettering



  3. (via warf4re)

  4. goodjolt:

    Groovy alphabet cards from the 70s.

    (Source: 4tones)

  6. gap:

    "Minimal Effort" by Alice Gao

    #Styldby #DressNormal

    See her look on Styld.by.

  8. Lonesome Neon Letters (by Aleksi Hautamaki)

    Found Here

    (Source: from89)

  9. typeverything:


    Natale a-10 by Mr.Da.

  10. typeworship:

    Alphabetical Artworks

    Each of these letters has been created by carefully arranging objects, or by creating a landscape, so that the character is only revealed from a single vantage point. 

    Using chairs, scissors and even rock, these wonderful installations have been created by Dan Tobin Smith, who started the project in 2005/6 when Creative Review commissioned a Letter ‘A for their Annual.

    This distorted projection, or anamorphosis, is a technique dating back to the Renaissance and seems to gaining popularity again, especially in signage and interior design. Of the 13 letters so created so far, all use Helvetica as the base typeface. Most are landscape and some were conceived primarily for film (such as this Letter ‘T). 

    I had the opportunity to ask Dan a little about the project’s future:

    “I am hoping to complete the whole alphabet! They are individually quite time consuming as each one is a totally separate concept and some take a lot of work. I dip in and out when I have the time and inclination—it’s not something you can rush. 

    Next in line is a letter ‘O’ which is being fabricated at the moment. It’s based around an architectural model inspired by Antonio Basoli’s ‘Alfabeto Pittorico’ [Wow!] from the 19th century.”

  11. scanzen:

    Bruce Davidson: Circus Dwarf, Palisades, New Jersey, 1958. 

    via ha.com


  12. "We met at the wrong time. That’s what I keep telling myself anyway. Maybe one day years from now, we’ll meet in a coffee shop in a far away city somewhere and we could give it another shot."
    — Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, 2004 (via larmoyante)
  13. fohk:

    I can’t see anything I don’t like about you”

    "But you will, you will think of things and I’ll get bored with you and feel trapped because that’s what happens with me"

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
    Michel Gondry

  14. francoprimero:


  15. bjorkfr:

    Jean-Baptiste Mondino (1995)
    session complète