All photographs and other works of art are not mine unless otherwise stated. These are all things, people and visuals that serve as inspiration. Header photograph by one of my favorite photographers, Jonathan Leder.

I am moonii.

orientaltiger:

Fill your heart with secrets but the only way to read them is if you break your heart. 
i think every couple should get one and fill it with the little things they love about each other. and then if they’re fighting throw it at a wall and read all the little things that come out and hopefully that will remind them to love again. 

orientaltiger:

Fill your heart with secrets but the only way to read them is if you break your heart. 

i think every couple should get one and fill it with the little things they love about each other. and then if they’re fighting throw it at a wall and read all the little things that come out and hopefully that will remind them to love again. 

(Source: orientaltiger, via 43mcg)

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thebackmatter:

Minke Design Store Catalog by Studio Lin / studiolin.org

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harinef:

untitled-1991:

steven meisel vogue 1997

alex katz 1977

clocked!

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type-lover:

Audio. Visual On Visual Music and Related Media
by stapelberg & fritz

— 1 week ago with 125 notes
designbby:

Gesa Typeface by Torsten Lindsø Andersen

designbby:

Gesa Typeface by Torsten Lindsø Andersen

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— 2 weeks ago with 23 notes

worclip:

VitaPack by Ágnes Gyömrei

VitaPack is convenient to carry 0,5 kg orange in hand. Thanks to the round-cuts on the two side of the packaging (made from paper) we could see the fruits which we could take out easily. The packaging could be ductile from square shape into lengthy shape if we tear it up along the perforation – so we could carry it simply if we have more things in our hands.

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— 2 weeks ago with 600 notes
#package design 
"A marker is like a visual distillery."
Chris
— 3 weeks ago

womenofgraphicdesign:

design-is-fine:

Theo van Doesburg & Käte Steinitz, artwork for Merz 14/15 Die Scheuche, 1925. Text by Kurt Schwitters. Germany. 

While Käte Steinitz was formally educated as a fine artist and art historian, her work with Theo van Doesburg and Kurt Schwitters showcased creative experiments with typographic forms. In 1924, she and Schwitters founded Aposs Verlag (A=Active, P=Paradox, OS=Ohne [Without] Sentimentality, S=Sensitive) to publish “typographically new and progressive work.” 

— 3 weeks ago with 343 notes