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I found this video today and it moved me so much that I just had to post it here. It is so inspiring!
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LOVE, LOVE, LOVE HER!
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Watched the first episode of this new show last weekend. It blew me away, though it seems to be one of those ¨love it or hate it¨ type shows. Here are the opening credits, which were made by Kyle Cooper and his company 'Prologue', who also created the amazing opening scenes for the movie Se7en and The Walking Dead. I love the style of it and it sets the mood for the show perfectly. The font selection is also fantastic. Love it.
So this weekend I went to the supermarket with the boyfriend and we found this rum. Since I´m a fan of rum (always in moderation) and the bottle and overall design are amazing, we had to buy it. The product did not disappoint. In fact, it is pretty excellent. I´m always happy when I find new products that have great design backed up by great quality. I visited the site on the bottle (www.krakenrum.com) and was blown away by the awesomeness of the product´s branding.
Undoubtedly, The Kraken´s success has been in large part due to the product´s amazing aesthetic and the dedication that the company has given to the creation of amazing items (and website) used to advertise it. With it´s original name, bold design and unique bottle, The Kraken succeeds in being a memorable brand. This sets it apart from its competition given most of the brands in this niche merely focus on either the results of drinking their product or their history.
See for yourself, visit the site, and buy some Kraken!
This looks like fun! I am going to make my first attempts at drawing fashion very soon.
Wood type and printing museum located in Two Rivers, Wisconsin that commercially produced from 1880 until 1985. It is the only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production and printing of wood type. Hamilton's collection is one of the greatest wood type collections in the world.
For more information about this museum, visit http://www.woodtype.org/