It was a weird day yesterday.

It was a weird day yesterday.

@3 weeks ago

Remember that day you posted about something I forgot/never really gave any shit to? Yeah. I didn’t care, so should you about other’s shit. Don’t be a buzzkill.

@2 months ago

tastefullyoffensive:

Disney Warrior Princesses by Sadyna [via]

Previously: Disney Princesses With Beards

 

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@2 months ago with 29434 notes

alexhchung:

Dream & Death by Rafael Albuquerque

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nevver:

Friends of type
@2 months ago with 777 notes

The great thing with the world we live in today is the democracy that we have, no matter how limited/unlimited it has become. We can do what we want to, say what we want to say and yet have little to no consequence in doing so. Although this democracy of ours has tolerated the non-use of common sense, it is still a freedom that I’d like to still have a couple of years from today. We can’t be butthurts and buzzkills all the time. So show some respect and common decency to not do anything, except when such democracy is challenged.

@2 months ago
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Nikki
@2 months ago with 6 notes

from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

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@3 months ago with 33189 notes

betype:

Heroe Font by Lián Types.

Maximiliano Sproviero describe his own beautiful typeface in this way:

Now my feelings about didones are more than evident. After some years of roman-abstinence (1) I present Heroe, an interesting combination of elegance and sensuality. 
Heroe, spanish for hero, takes some aspects of roman typefaces to the extreme like my main inspiration, the great Herb Lubalin, did in the majority of his works: Thins turned into hairlines, altered proportions (for display purposes), unique ball terminals, poetic curves and a graceful way of placing them together on a layout. 
Its classy style makes the font perfect for a wide range of uses. Imagine Heroe Inline (my favorite) dancing over a bottle of perfume; printed on the cover of a fashion magazine; lighting wedding invitations up. 
Its partner, Heroe Monoline, may help you to make more elaborated pieces of design. Just combine it with Heroe, or Heroe Inline and see how perfect they match.

Download it here: http://myfonts.us/rRk62H

@3 months ago with 619 notes