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Jul 2

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It would be nice if something made sense for a change

The poster features the complete original text and etchings from the timeless children’s classic Alice’s Adventures n Wonderland. The overprinted quote comes from Disney’s reinvention of the tale that justly appraises the entirety of the story, but further is a sound statement encapsulating our time. “I just wish something would make sense for a change.”

26 x 38 ins.
Printed offset by our friends at Classic Color on Sappi McCoy.

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Are You Happy?

My dad always says “… but are you happy?” when my sister and I go to him with problems or concerns. This has been true since we were kids. It doesn’t matter what we had done or what we were interested in - that was the only thing he cared about. As long as we’re happy, the rest doesn’t matter.
In the last two years or so I realized one simple thing - if you’re not happy (and I wasn’t) change it. Change something. Be the one to initiate it, because no one else can do it for you. Sometimes I forget, or just don’t want to take my own advice because it all seems to difficult to actually be the catalyst… but getting started is really the toughest part.

designcube:

Are You Happy?

My dad always says “… but are you happy?” when my sister and I go to him with problems or concerns. This has been true since we were kids. It doesn’t matter what we had done or what we were interested in - that was the only thing he cared about. As long as we’re happy, the rest doesn’t matter.

In the last two years or so I realized one simple thing - if you’re not happy (and I wasn’t) change it. Change something. Be the one to initiate it, because no one else can do it for you. Sometimes I forget, or just don’t want to take my own advice because it all seems to difficult to actually be the catalyst… but getting started is really the toughest part.

rationalhub:

Inspired by Max Temkin’s Philosophy Posters series.

Same goes for creativity…

rationalhub:

Inspired by Max Temkin’s Philosophy Posters series.

Same goes for creativity…

xombiedirge:

Gaming Posters by Joe Simpson