Fourteen space travel posters of colorful, exotic space settings are now available free for downloading and printing.
These are quite lovely.
I’ve been tinkering with and test driving some various image creation tools. To test them and simultaneously have some fun, I made a series of creative inspirational cards/inspirational posters/postcards for the IndieWeb. All the images are royalty free from Pixabay, and I’m releasing the text and additional work with a CC0 license. Feel free to download and use them to your hearts’ content. They should hopefully all be relatively well-sided for sharing on social media.
I’d love to hear folks’ thoughts about them in general.
Click any of the images below for a slideshow presentation view.
I recently had a chat with a couple of friends about style; it inspired me to take a project off the back-burner and turn it into code.
This is an awesome little project.
"It is no secret that David Lynch, the writer-director-composer-painter, has an unusual relationship with Bob's Big Boy," begins a 1999 Los Angeles Times article on the auteur of films like Eraserhead and Blue Velvet. "For seven years in the 1980s he ate lunch there every day, ordering cup after cup of over-sweetened coffee and a single chocolate milkshake while scribbling notes on Bob's little square napkins." He took pains, notes reporter Amy Wallace, "to arrive at Bob's at precisely 2:30 p.m. each day. The reason: It increased the odds that he would encounter perfection."