w33dprincess:

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 

Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 

H/T to @daviddtss 

come ON.

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FLOPPY DISK EARRINGS

FLOPPY DISK EARRINGS

pmendicant:

thanks to the chat, here’s kaladin destroying at ddr

pmendicant:

thanks to the chat, here’s kaladin destroying at ddr

So much of my graphic design work has gone to print recently and I’m really really excited to see how it all turns out aaaaaa

queensansastark:

Do you ever make a graphic and you get at the point where you have to choose a font and think “if only there were some way to get an overview of all the fonts I have already installed”? Well you can. At wordmark.it you just type in any word you want, it then shows that word in every font you have installed on your computer.

queensansastark:

Do you ever make a graphic and you get at the point where you have to choose a font and think “if only there were some way to get an overview of all the fonts I have already installed”? Well you can. At wordmark.it you just type in any word you want, it then shows that word in every font you have installed on your computer.

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katiejrice:

When my drawings feel stiff and gross, sometimes I like to look up “dance practice” on YouTube and do little gestures. You can add an extra descriptive word to get better results. Lots of body type varieties and weird poses you might never think of yourself.

katiejrice:

When my drawings feel stiff and gross, sometimes I like to look up “dance practice” on YouTube and do little gestures. You can add an extra descriptive word to get better results. Lots of body type varieties and weird poses you might never think of yourself.

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Back in the day, Walter would, every once in a while, forget how to draw. Remember?" Louise said.

“Oh yeah,” Walter agreed. “That still happens occasionally. It’s like, ‘Oh my god, nothing I’m drawing looks any good anymore. My life is over as an artist.’ And what I realized, because I was an editor at the time, and had seen a lot of work go past me, was that when you hit this phase where suddenly your stuff, which looks just like it did yesterday, doesn’t look good to you anymore, it’s because your mind has made a leap. Your brain has gotten farther than your hand has learned to do it yet. But eventually, give it a few weeks, keep it up and you’ve made a leap in your own craft. That was a big help because it was so depressing when you realize you couldn’t draw anymore.
— From an interview with Walt and Louise Simonson. (via twiststreet)

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I was sitting thinking ‘man it’s so hot summer got here early’ and then

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