Full of full-half truths and unedited compositions of nothingness.
Aside from San Francisco being a damn good city in its own right, the design and art there was mind-blowing.
Now, the main reason Matt (the guy) and I went to San Francisco was to meet with some people who do interesting design things. I met with the way cool people (specifically David Hua) at Sincerely, a start up that makes apps with a sort of Hallmark-esque feel. They do gifts, cards, all…
Thursday night, after a long day of travels Matt (the guy) and I finished the back again part of our trip to San Francisco. It was an amazing trip, and difficult to put into words. At some point I’ll get a video put together with the stuff I collected from a couple of days in my favorite city. So let me run you through the highlights.
- The swing on top of Strawberry Hill in Golden Gate Park. It…
Next week, Matt (the guy) and I are going to San Francisco. Aside from meeting with some people who are living my dream lives as successful designers living in San Francisco (Jessica Hische, Mike Jetter, Jason Schulte), he and I will also be doing some random fun things. (Mostly eating, if this trip goes anything like other trips I’ve taken in my life.) Here are a few things on my to-do list!
HEY! I have a new blog. I write about my life (mostly design related), things that I’m thinking about (also largely design related), and cool things I find on the internet. Go look at it, you won’t be sorry.
I made a tumblr to document the graphic design stuff that I do for myself. It’s a lot of doodles for now, but eventually I want to make it more illustration-y. Ah, well, let’s be honest I don’t have a plan for it. I just wanted somewhere to put my weird drawings. Check it out, perhaps?
Reblogged from im-lost-in-the-forest :
When I was trying to quit smoking
and we drank white wine from Mason jars,
you called my freckles cocoa powder
and I called your green eyes
I am learning how to be a grown-up
who pays bills, cooks her own meals,
and doesn’t cry at words like
I think I just want to be friends.
The truth is this:
Love is an organic thing.
It rots and softens.
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