— my ever wise best friend
And so ends a wonderful twenty four hours in Philadelphia filled with an accidental trip to Jersey, touristy historical sights, adventures in button pushing and circuit-making, giddiness over Monet and Degas, and a genuine look of surprise from the boyfriend when twenty of his high school friends ran out from the gazebo to wish him a happy birthday.
I love surprises.
and it’s the best feeling in the world. :D! I love life.
So I keep accidentally pushing posts into “my blog” when they should be going here, as that’s my primary one. I’m done confusing myself and having an unnecessary amount of urls. This blog will (primarily) be taking over for the one you’re reading as reblogging-designy-stuff-I-like blog. This blog may still receive odds and ends, but not as much content. Just a bit of a warning! :)
Also HI! I hope you’re having a good summer. you are awesome. yes, you! <3
Livraria da Vila bookstore in Brazil features creative doors made out of bookshelves.
I think that I like the 4 the best
lolol I was going to reblog this to say the exact same thing, then I read your comment. And the H!
NEED TO GOOO
this = ultimate travel destination goal in my life.
“Designers have the ability to visualize what has never been.” As Bruce Nussbaum said, “Many firms are plagued by articulate and persuasive ‘smart talkers’ who sound good in meetings but get bogged down in abstract complexities.” Good designers are good at what I call inspirational tangibility, “making it real,” whether it be by concretizing with a sketch what would otherwise be abstract thoughts or so many post-its in a meeting, enabling large amounts of complex data to be understood and absorbed quickly with a diagram,