Just keep on fighting

Sep 20
inspirationfeed:

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inspirationfeed:

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Sep 20

escapekit:

Compendium Cards

New York letterer and illustrator Lauren Hom known for her Daily dishonesty work has a created a new  line of inspirational gift tags. All cards can be purchased here.

Sep 20
trendgraphy:

Break Time by Nicolas Garcia
Twitter: @visualvibs
Sep 20
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Don’t Waste Your Life by Dina Rodriguez
Twitter: @visualvibs
Sep 20
lindayoshida:

I probably went a bit overboard here but that was fun 😁
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lindayoshida:

I probably went a bit overboard here but that was fun 😁

257/365

Sep 20
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Raise Hell Kid by John SilvaTwitter || Source
Sep 20
typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Number 2 by Paul Nolan.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Number 2 by Paul Nolan.

Sep 20
trendgraphy:

Caligraphy by Stephanie Lee
Twitter: @visualvibs
Sep 20

mountstar:

Types of matter

Sep 20
doubledaybooks:

"[O]ne of the most mesmerizing heroines in recent fiction…." —Texas Monthly
"Merritt Tierce’s debut novel, Love Me Back, is a gorgeous, dirty razor of prose—sharp and dangerous and breathtaking." —Roxane Gay, author of An Untamed State and Bad Feminist
"Tierce’s prose possesses the force, bluntness and surprise of a sucker punch. Love Me Back is an unflinching and galvanic novel full of heart and heartache; one of my favorite books of the last few years." —Carrie Brownstein, co-creator of Portlandia 
LOVE ME BACK here.

doubledaybooks:

"[O]ne of the most mesmerizing heroines in recent fiction…." Texas Monthly

"Merritt Tierce’s debut novel, Love Me Back, is a gorgeous, dirty razor of prose—sharp and dangerous and breathtaking." —Roxane Gay, author of An Untamed State and Bad Feminist

"Tierce’s prose possesses the force, bluntness and surprise of a sucker punch. Love Me Back is an unflinching and galvanic novel full of heart and heartache; one of my favorite books of the last few years." —Carrie Brownstein, co-creator of Portlandia

LOVE ME BACK here.