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Our final project in my Graphic Design class is to create and mock-up a board game. It is a group assignment and ours is called square off. Lots of squares involved but trust me… this isn’t a game for squares.

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“ Either write things worth reading or do things worth writing ”

—    Benjamin Franklin-  on “If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead” (via gregmelander)



Petros Koublis: from the series In Landscapes, 2012-2013 

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“ Do not pray for an easy life.
Search for the strength to walk the line. ”

—    Lyrics stuck in my head.



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I can has degree now?

I am frustrated with myself. I started this year with such great aspiration for excellence in my school assignments. Now its shifted to an attitude of… “I just have to get this project done.” It’s sad I’m producing crap stuff I am not particularly proud of. It seems to be a common thread amongst my peers. 

How sad. 

I am about to end my junior semester. If I already have senior-itus now I can not imagine how much of an issue I am going to have come NEXT spring.

Anyone else having this issue? Or faced it while they were in school?

(Source: ecprsn, via emily--e) When you plan a photo shoot, do you structure everything or do you leave a lot open for improvisation when everyone gets together?
Paolo Roversi: Oui, oui. When I’m having a shoot, in the morning the model is arriving from the hotel, the hairdresser is coming from London, a lot of different moods – one is happy, one is crying, one is angry, one is – I don’t know what – sleeping. And even if you have a precise idea of what you want to do, you can’t. Everyone is coming in with all this different energy and you have to deal with them. So you never know what you’ll do in the end. And this I like. I like the accidents, the things that happen by chance. I let the life come to the picture and the creativity flow.


Just in case you weren’t on the moon last night. This is what earth looked like from the moon’s perspective 

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The back of the Wilder Pack

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A great scuplture of a VW Beattle.

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Gewad by Atelier Vens Vanbelle.

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