Ian Coyle: Back in the summer of 2009, Portland, Oregon-based designer and creative director Ian Coyle decided that he would print a daily thought for 73 days straight. Using his 1950’s letterpress, he printed and inked by hand these messages that seem to take on new meaning as we begin this new year. | fieldnotes.iancoy... | letterpress.ianco...
This is a good rule to remember. I have a short temper. Sometimes, I get angry very quickly. I try to let it go just as fast...anger really only hurts me (unless you stand close enough for me to smack you).
When it comes to typography, I am pretty open-minded. But I think this lettering makes it complicated to read. The "free-spirit" look detracts from the alphabet the designer is building.