„Self Evident Truths“, a series of paintings by S. Ross Brown that „represent a study of sociology and genetic identity and perceived historical relevance. The images are sometimes derived from historic fact and at other times they are fictionally derived from my postulations of historical possibilities.“ (via)
I’ve been planning a list of my favorite animated feature-length films for years and now that I’ve finally sat down to do it I realized that I’d need to rewatch 90% of them because I can’t remember much of the stories and I’m not sure if I’d be okay with them today (portrayal of female characters, themes etc.). But if you want to give it a try anyway here’s my
I’d be glad about recommendations.
is now live. The font is the Lato by Łukasz Dziedzic. Thanks for the header-image randomizing one-liner to David Risley.
Above image is the only one I think is not really fitting as a header. It’s
shamelessly copied from inspired by „The Moon“ by Romain Mennetrier.
Nice animated short to refresh your memory of the standard font categories:
Not sure about the hat though, I think no one knows how Gutenberg really looked like. The hat might have been á la mode in his time but …