Dear Stash Tea, this green tea blend might have too much charm in it; I fear I’m turning into Clark Gable with every sip. You may want to dial it down a few hundred charms or so.
The psychology of layer color while designing in Adobe Illustrator.
(Things I think about while in the middle of a design project.)
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to vastly improve your Facebook timeline. Friends, I love you, but please, enough with the Zimbio personality quizzes.
Sochi Ring Fail — 2014 Winter Olympics Tee-Shirt
Probably not the first person with this idea, but the only I’ve seen with the correct geometric structure. http://www.redbubble.com/people/equal-opposite/works/11504056-sochi-ring-fail-2014-winter-olympics
I keep hearing all this talk about some Superb Owl. Here is my collection of Superb Owls.
A big thumbs up for benign.
B9: the best letter/number combination for anyone waiting to hear back from a pathology lab.
B9 also stands for Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, 4th Movement (aka Ode to Joy), a tune that’s been on repeat in my head all week.
Some poster artwork I did for an upcoming documentary about time banking. The icon I created for this employs a dollar symbol, an hourglass, and (loosely) the symbol for infinity.
Time As Money is screening at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, California on Sunday September 29th. For more information, you can check out the documentary’s facebook page.
A few other iterations up on my behance profile.
Why pay $40 for suede leather handlebar tape when you can cut it from abandoned office chairs? #diy #cycling #gear #reuse #recycle
In honor of Maphawk’s 10 year anniversary, I embedded a little bit of esoterica into their cover artwork this year. The dots in the compass? The atomic structure of tin. Tin is the traditional gift for a ten year wedding anniversary.
The maps went to print yesterday and will be available in your favorite Los Angeles haunts in about a week. Enjoy exploring your neighborhood, LA.
An amazing gift from a friend for helping him move and clean out his print atelier in Berlin. Rubber stamp grotesque type blocks. Fairly sure it’s an iteration of Akzidenz Grotesk, although it is just slightly different from the versions I have. Would love to get a concrete identification on this.