BR4DSH4W

When I was 4 years old, my mother sat me down with a Chinese brush painting kit. And while many other children might have painted a face, truck, or dinosaur... I drew a number 4. This is my first memory of passion for typography, art, and more specifically graphic design.

BR4DSH4W is dedicated to inspiration that stems from that moment.


Follow along on Twitter: @th4tbr4dsh4w



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How I make my living:
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My little experiments:
Evilfunkgenius
Felonius Thunk
Photography
Thrid
Tue Aug 27
Sunken Ship (via AbandonedPics)

Sunken Ship (via AbandonedPics)

Thu May 2
Imperial seeing eye.Nice photographic emblem for a 1965 Chrysler Crown Imperial. (via chromeography)View Post

Imperial seeing eye.

Nice photographic emblem for a 1965 Chrysler Crown Imperial. (via chromeography)

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Fri Apr 19

Glowing falls.

Your Friday Inspiration: “Glowing falls” —Beautiful long-shutter/timelapse photos of glow sticks flowing down waterfalls lit by moonlight.

Landscapes lit up by glow sticks, road flares, headlamps, and moonlight.
(via pbump, thisiscolossal)

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Tue Apr 16
Snuggly space clouds.The whole series of photos taken by Canadian astronaut Commander Hadfieldon board the International…View Post

Snuggly space clouds.

The whole series of photos taken by Canadian astronaut Commander Hadfieldon board the International…

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Mon Apr 15

Cloudlit dreamlapse.

Beautiful geometric shapes and dream-like video sequences, to the soundtrack of Eskmo’s Cloudlight.

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Tue Apr 9
A square meal.Food geometry photographed for Blend by Carl Kleiner.
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A square meal.

Food geometry photographed for Blend by Carl Kleiner.

(via freeyork)

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Wed Apr 3
Everything in it’s place.Beautiful typography by David McLeod.
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Everything in it’s place.

Beautiful typography by David McLeod.

(via typography-daily)

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Wed Mar 27
I’ve got a sinking feeling.This image seems to do a good job of capturing the emotional fog that currently haunts my soul. A…View Post

I’ve got a sinking feeling.

This image seems to do a good job of capturing the emotional fog that currently haunts my soul. A…

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Sat Mar 23
Hot air to nowhere.If you are going to be near Germany in 2013, you should make plans to go see Big Air Package—Christ…View Post

Hot air to nowhere.

If you are going to be near Germany in 2013, you should make plans to go see Big Air Package—Christ…

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Wed Mar 20
Slices of time.Beautiful renderings of the passing of time. I especially love still imagery that conveys a third…View Post

Slices of time.

Beautiful renderings of the passing of time. I especially love still imagery that conveys a third…

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Tue Mar 19
Feeding the storm. (via Tom Chivers)

Feeding the storm. (via Tom Chivers)

On a wing and a prayer. (via thisiscollosal)

On a wing and a prayer. (via thisiscollosal)

Fri Oct 5
Seems crazy that it’s already been a year since Steve passed away.
Apple.com has a fitting tribute today on their homepage along with a letter from Tim Cook (link goes to AppleInsider, for posterity reasons).
However, all of this reminds me of one final publication that quoted my tiny encounter with the man from years ago. After being interviewed by Cult of Mac, People, Fast Company and a few others, my Steve Jobs story was published in the Japanese magazine AERA. (You know a man is a legend, when even my simple, poorly written story about meeting him would get me international press!?) Nevertheless, I forgot to mention it when it happened, and now seems like a fitting time. 
If any of my Japanese followers can read this or have seen a copy of the mag in person, I’d love to hear from you on Twitter.
Otherwise, just remember to be kind to one another and do great things.

Seems crazy that it’s already been a year since Steve passed away.

Apple.com has a fitting tribute today on their homepage along with a letter from Tim Cook (link goes to AppleInsider, for posterity reasons).

However, all of this reminds me of one final publication that quoted my tiny encounter with the man from years ago. After being interviewed by Cult of Mac, People, Fast Company and a few others, my Steve Jobs story was published in the Japanese magazine AERA. (You know a man is a legend, when even my simple, poorly written story about meeting him would get me international press!?) Nevertheless, I forgot to mention it when it happened, and now seems like a fitting time. 

If any of my Japanese followers can read this or have seen a copy of the mag in person, I’d love to hear from you on Twitter.

Otherwise, just remember to be kind to one another and do great things.

Fri Aug 24
Time-lapse of moths in a porch light (via Douglas Coupland)

Time-lapse of moths in a porch light (via Douglas Coupland)