Visual Bits #373> Writing In The Wind: Typography

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We Love Friday! – Be Inspired

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In this journey through life, it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Every time you think your day is bad, there is always someone who has it worse, and there is always someone who has been through something similar. That is why certain quotes can be so inspirational- they seem to speak to exactly what you need to hear to help you keep moving forward. With the internet, it’s easy to search for a quote about anything you imagine, but here is a collection from Instagram that are universally helpful. If you have a quote that inspires you that is not shown here, please add it to the comments section below.

Visual Bits #360>A Love For Lettering: Types & Quotes

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Visual Bits #341 > The Composition Of Typography

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Visual Bits #319> Letters And Quotes Written In Style

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Creative Catharsis: Posters of Strange Client Quotes

Despite the fact that many people do it for the creative aspects, design is often a customer service job. So, as with all work serving peoples needs, there are always clients with some unusual, if misguided requests. This collection of fun A3 posters was collectively made by Irish ad creatives, designers, animators, directors, and illustrators in their time off. The series, appropriately called A Creative Catharsis, transforms frustrating yet hilariously memorable client quotes into posters.

Small Snippets of Wisdom From Literary Greats

Sometimes the very biggest nuggets of wisdom are contained in the very smallest amount of words. Great authors have known that and so does Evan Robertson. His new posters might be the best thing since that last novel you couldn’t put down: short quotes from literary greats like Edgar Allan Poe and Hunter S. Thompson; all printed beside Robertson’s brilliantly clean illustrative work. What draws him to these small snippets of text?

Repurposing NASA by Matthew Spencer

US space exploration is beginning to take on a different light and persona since its exceptional beginnings in 1958 – the ending of the NASA space shuttle program earlier this year; the exploration of space by manned space shuttles to be carried out by private companies; the landing of the new Curiosity Rover on Mars; and the death of the first astronaut to step foot on the moon, Neil Armstrong. Even though astronauts from around the globe will still congregate at the International Space Station while scientists scour the galaxies from Earth with powerful telescopes and images from far away satellites traveling beyond our solar system — things have still changed a lot in the continual exploration of the unknown.

Visual Bits #255> Writings On The Wall: Quotes & Types

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Graphic Quote #6 – Saving Silverman

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