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"Watch out for each other. Love everyone and forgive everyone, including yourself. Forgive your anger. Forgive your guilt. Your shame. Your sadness. Embrace and open up your love, your joy, your truth, and most especially your heart."
Jim Henson  (via thatkindofwoman)

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"The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly."
Gautama Buddha (via thatkindofwoman)

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betype:

Cafe Brasil by Sofia Mohr.

Café Brasil is a font designed to represent coffee, specially for it’s use in packaging, brand titles, logos and menus. Based on the shape of a coffee bean, Café Brasil has delicate details and ligatures which represent the liquid, foam and steam of a good cup of coffee.

In March 2014, Café Brasil was chosen to be part of the main exhibition at the “Tipos Latinos 2014”.

See details here: http://myfonts.us/6Y8b1W

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— 5 months ago with 380 notes

austinkleon:

Mike Monteiro, Design Is A Job

Designers! (Or anyone who runs a business!) Do not let your borderline illiteracy keep you from Mike’s wisdom any longer — DIAJ is now available on audiobook! Read by the author himself! (I reviewed it here. How good is it? It’s in the recommended reading in the back of Show Your Work!

— 5 months ago with 37 notes
60s70sand80s:

Speedwash in Provincetown, 1976

60s70sand80s:

Speedwash in Provincetown, 1976

— 6 months ago with 75 notes
dennisportgeneralstore:

"Wishing to get a better view than I had yet had of the ocean, which, we are told, covers more than two thirds of the globe, but of which a man who lives a few miles inland may never see any trace…I have spent, in all, about three weeks on the Cape; walked from Eastham to Provincetown twice on the Atlantic side, and once on the Bay side also…but having come so fresh to the sea, I have got but little salted." —H. D. Thoreau, Cape Cod (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866),1.

dennisportgeneralstore:

"Wishing to get a better view than I had yet had of the ocean, which, we are told, covers more than two thirds of the globe, but of which a man who lives a few miles inland may never see any trace…I have spent, in all, about three weeks on the Cape; walked from Eastham to Provincetown twice on the Atlantic side, and once on the Bay side also…but having come so fresh to the sea, I have got but little salted." —H. D. Thoreau, Cape Cod (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866),1.

— 6 months ago with 862 notes