»no thanks« by e.e. cummings (+)
shape poem in the form of a funeral urn dedicated to 14 publishers who rejected his book.
Pantone color swatches revisited as “Pantone Pairings” with food and condiments series by David Schwen
All this Twinkie news reminded me of this Graham Roumieu cartoon from earlier in the year when Hostess filed for bankruptcy.
I know, I haven’t posted in awhile… it’s been a long, busy Summer. On that note, this is exact way one should get back into Fall blogging… wood pile art with our true leader, and mascot, of all things hipster.
Stay klassy, AJ.
Shoes for the rain
What a beautiful idea. Kiwi, Scottt Wilson created these shoes, to express his passion for walking in the lashing rain. The words only show up when the shoes are drenched.
This piece was created to express my love of walking in the rain.
But I don’t just mean any rain.
I mean rain rain.
When it’s so damn heavy that you have to walk all hunched over with your hood on, and all you can see are your feet walking along the pavement, watching as your shoes get wetter an wetter until they are soaked through. I find it somewhat cleansing.
The words ‘Water is walked alongside, and loved’ were taken from the poem Lyric by New Zealand poet Dinah Hawken, and as you may have noticed, they only appear when the shoes get wet. Preferably by rain.Type on shoes presents the work of Scott Wilson When it rains
This is an infographic about what is an infographic. Using Lego blocks and photography we wanted to show that.a good infographic is simple and requires very little text.CreditsPublished by Hot Butter Studio