Q:I was wondering if you tasted the new golden maple latte? It's a latte with maple syrup, maple whip cream, and maple drizzle. Personally I don't like it. It tastes like pancakes to me.
I haven’t tasted it yet, but I’m excited to. I love maple EVERYTHING.
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I just tried to talk to my brothers about something I was proud of and they both made fun of me so I guess I’m never doing that again
Codependency isn’t sexy. It isn’t romantic. It’s built with a fuse and will surely burn out. The healthiest thing you can say to the one you love is, “I would be okay without you, and that’s why I choose to stay.”
- Me: thank you
- Hailey: I love you
- Me: no I said thank you
- Hailey: oh I love you too
- Hailey: I mean you're welcome
- Me: I love you too
I did this about a month ago to get myself refamiliarized with setting type. I also printed on a plated press for the second time! I’m not wild about it but it’s not to shabby. What I am stoked about is the color a satisfying emerald green! The text is from a song by The Weepies called Lighting Candles.
The above picture is the lockup. I really loved what lockups look like when all the type is set and it’s ready to be printed. There’s so much organized chaos going contained in the 5x7 chase, it’s really quite awesome!
Though I’m not completely thrilled with the print itself, I had so much fun just setting it and getting reacquainted with setting type.
I printed this today! I thought I’d break the hiatus with a print devoted just to the site and it turned out pretty rad! I played with a bunch of wood type and mixed and matched fonts and sizes. This was my first time using the poster press too, which was a lot of fun. I inked directly onto the type, a nice change from having rollers ink my blocks for me. I also got some really good ghost prints from this! (I might like them better than the actual prints!) If I don’t get lazy I’ll post pictures of those.
Anyways, this is quite a bit larger than what I’ve been printing. I’m hoping to start adventuring more into bigger projects instead of continuously making 5x7 prints. We’ll see!