Over at Daily Dishonesty, graphic designer Lauren Nicole Hom documents some of the lies she tells herself. It’s funny, self-aware, wonderfully done, and hits VERY close to home. From the silly (“I have read the terms and conditions”) to the vaguely depressing (“I’m not hungry”), I identify with every single one. But somehow, every single lie is much nicer—more polished, less raw and confessional—when done in hand-drawn typography. This girl has skills!
4 thoughts on “Our lies are the same, but her fonts are better.”
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The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources have released the 2012-2013 Fall Hunting and Trapping
Guide. If the region wherever you hunt has an abundance of oak bushes, the acorns will compete
heavily with your deer feeder in the course of the fall season. Not just that it is really happening, why whitetail deer act the
way they do.