I love the letterpress style of these.

thedsgnblog:

Red Circle Letterpress   |   Shop

"RCLP in collaboration with some great designers, bring you these Christmas card designs that you can purchase to send out to friends and family. Thanks to Jeff Rogers, John Passafiume, Dan Cassaro, Ryan Feerer (coming soon) and Chris Rushing."

We love putting ink on paper. We use a historic method of printing known as letterpress. Before the use of computers and digital printing, type was printed using metal or wooden typefaces that would be arranged by hand and printed using a letterpress style printing press. We started our shop by resurrecting one of these old letterpresses. A 1947 Kluge to be exact. After weeks of cleaning and replacing worn out parts, we were able to get our Kluge up and printing again. Its a marvel to see in action. 

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Just a typical first day of summer at the Frazier House @megan_frazier

Just a typical first day of summer at the Frazier House @megan_frazier

hermitologist:

oldtimefamilybaseball:

sbnation:

usatodaysports:

Baseball fan, American hero. (via @CrawfishBoxes)

U-S-A!

I know gifs don’t have music, but I can still hear the faint notes of Lee Greenwood belting out “I’m proud to be an American.” 

You’d think that someone with the hand-eye coordination to catch a foul ball in a beer cup could probably manage to pour his beer into his mouth.

Nope. 

Also: Stoked friend in GIF #3 is a total scene stealer.

vimeo:

3 words for NYC by Cokau

What 3 words would you use to describe NYC?

I love NY

(Source: jhnmyr)

My breakfast date (Taken with Instagram)

My breakfast date (Taken with Instagram)

My favorite window display. (Taken with Instagram)

My favorite window display. (Taken with Instagram)

Hanging in the backyard (Taken with Instagram)

Hanging in the backyard (Taken with Instagram)

ourpresidents:


“We believe that all men are created equal. Yet many are denied equal treatment.
We believe that all men have certain unalienable rights. Yet many Americans do not enjoy those rights.
We believe that all men are entitled to the blessings of liberty. Yet millions are being deprived of those blessings—not because of their own failures, but because of the color of their skin.
The reasons are deeply imbedded in history and tradition and the nature of man. We can understand—without rancor or hatred—how this all happened.
But it cannot continue. Our Constitution, the foundation of our Republic, forbids it. The principles of our freedom forbid it. Morality forbids it. And the law I will sign tonight forbids it.”
-President Lyndon B. Johnson, 7/2/64

The Civil Rights Act was signed on forty eight years ago today. It was the most sweeping Civil Rights Legislation since Reconstruction.
In this photo, LBJ speaks to the nation at the signing ceremony.  East Room, White House.

ourpresidents:

“We believe that all men are created equal. Yet many are denied equal treatment.

We believe that all men have certain unalienable rights. Yet many Americans do not enjoy those rights.

We believe that all men are entitled to the blessings of liberty. Yet millions are being deprived of those blessings—not because of their own failures, but because of the color of their skin.

The reasons are deeply imbedded in history and tradition and the nature of man. We can understand—without rancor or hatred—how this all happened.

But it cannot continue. Our Constitution, the foundation of our Republic, forbids it. The principles of our freedom forbid it. Morality forbids it. And the law I will sign tonight forbids it.”

-President Lyndon B. Johnson, 7/2/64

The Civil Rights Act was signed on forty eight years ago today. It was the most sweeping Civil Rights Legislation since Reconstruction.

In this photo, LBJ speaks to the nation at the signing ceremony.  East Room, White House.

(via npr)

"To worship is to experience Reality, to touch Life. It is to know, to feel, to experience the resurrected Christ in the midst of the gathered community. It is a breaking into the Glory of God, or better yet, being invaded by the Glory of God."

— Richard Foster - Celebration of Discipline (via rhworship)

(Source: rhworship)