720p:

beyoncebeytwice:

this is my favorite video of katy perry ever to exist

dinner honda shower tar


On 1st September 2011 the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) changed its name to Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

I set out to create a marque that captured the variety of courses on offer at the Conservatoire. I started by trying to find a constant - a visual link between the disciplines. I found this link in the visual language of multi-track sequencers. Software such as Logic, Final Cut Pro or GarageBand use multiple lanes of information to capture performances. I immediately caught onto the notion of channels (bass, drums, vocals, video, scripts and scenes) representing the various department disciplines - which all come together to form the overall performance - the Conservatoire.

The final marque is a vertical representation of these multi-track lanes, forming the letters R, C and S. This is intentionally discreet. The grid also represents Glasgow - the Conservatoire’s home. Customised serif typography was chosen to balance and soften the geometric nature of the graphic and this sans/serif interplay is applied throughout the brand literature.

As the brand design developed, stakeholders found meaning in different elements of the vertical blocks - each representing a different discipline of the Conservatoire. I believe that the identity means something different to each individual.


adammatthew:

Books are the perfect entertainment: no commercials, no batteries, hours of enjoyment for each dollar spent. What I wonder is why everybody doesn’t carry a book around for those inevitable dead spots in life.

-Stephen King


mindtrinkets22:

little-liion-man:

idontunderstandfishingmetaphors:

can these please be the real posters?

omg I want them all now

I want these so bad!!!

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languageek:

Languages ranked from easiest to hardest for English speakers - Infographic found here


the-absolute-best-posts:

padaleckifarts:

‘Hey Arnold’ and ‘Rugrats’ characters as imagined in their 20s by Celeste Pille.

omg.

PUBERTY DID THEM JUSTICE, DAMN.


thefrogman:

Farts in history by Jim Benton [website | twitter]

[h/t: bluedogeyes]



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