justd0whateveryouwant:

yearbook inspiration for all my yerds out there. 😘

justd0whateveryouwant:

yearbook inspiration for all my yerds out there. 😘

(Source: she-is-quick-and-curious)

Anonymous asked: Where are youuu?

Camp! (Click on the word to see our video- it’s kind of great) And now school! 

Text: Ja Feel?

nothinnewjustme:

There needs to be a dating site for yerds/yearbookers.
End of story.

HAHAHA. Could you imagine?! “This person doesn’t have enough white space in their life.”

Anonymous asked: Hi, I stumbled upon your blog while searching the internet for a yearbook shirt design. I have looked all over and I find none that I love! haha Im picky. I have looked through around 50 pages of your blog and found some that I like. The yerd crewneck is my favorite so far. Do you have any favorites? Oh, and it has to be pretty awesome to compete with ASB. haha! Thanks:)

Only the best of the best t-shirts can survive a Yerd’s critical eye. I don’t blame you! But it’s a tough question. The shirt my camp had this year was pretty fun. Nothing like bright orange to not go with anything you own! 

betype:

Superhero Typographic Classifications by Matthew Olin

The most distinguishing factor of any font is its characters. Hidden beneath these characters, each typeface also has character—its own unique characteristics. However classified this information may seem, when used correctly, typefaces often speak to us more powerfully than the words that are written with them.

Comic Sans Song REMIX!!! Good. So good. Almost too good.

(Source: gunnarolla, via karenkavett)

Thank you, expensive design software and people with good taste. 

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

myfonts:

littlebigdetails:

Google - Searching for “kerning” in Google, the letters in the word “kerning” have extra spacing. Searching “keming" does the opposite.

A new Google easter egg for type nerds!

myfonts:

littlebigdetails:

Google - Searching for “kerning” in Google, the letters in the word “kerning” have extra spacing. Searching “keming" does the opposite.

A new Google easter egg for type nerds!

dancing-through-brooklyn:

I was reading my great grandmother’s high school yearbook from 1931 and there’s a comment about each student and they are so sassy with their comments