what a carry on

you, dear reader, may recall when we visited the WW2 poster early last year, when its logo was my mantra. . .well, it seems that popular culture has now overtaken me without my even noticing! how did that happen? so, in times of social dilemma, what's a girl to do?or, even better! actually, maybe cupcakes aren't the answer to everything. . .
sometimes one loses one's cool. . .
and what about the economic situation?
alternatively. . .
or just give infancy a t-shirt to go with that?on the other hand, some of us are thrifty and constructive in times of trouble!and some of us (me!) are really interested in typeface. . .anyone out there need a guide for what to do during the year?and in the meantime, there's always the British answer to everything

13 comments:

moreidlethoughts said...

I love this! And you will probably love this

http://www.fontcraft.com/fontcraft/

andrea pratt said...

Brilliant. I don't know which I want more: the bag or the t-shirt.

katherine. said...

you brits are so calm....

laughing...

Dave said...

As I was winding the page down, I was sure the yellow one was going to say 'Keep calm and spread...

...your legs'.

I should have known you don't do rude.

Vicus Scurra said...

So much conflicting advice. What am I going to do?

Vicus Scurra said...

So much conflicting advice. What am I going to do?

I, Like The View said...

Vicus I don't know, what are you going to do?

Vicus I don't know, what are you going to do?

Dave I'm speechless

katherine. amazing, isn't it

welcome andrea! some of the items can be found on etsy. . . I ought to have put the links in

dinah I have always loved typeface, first really learnt about the concept when I worked in corporate image/identity/design. . .

. . .I'll be following the link - thanks!

Mel said...

Keep calm....

*laughing hysterically*

Yeah........right....LOL

I need some of these to hand over to the Brit.

Keep calm? LOLOL

Oh, you're a funny one....LOL

I, Like The View said...

it certainly ain't the gentle cycle, that's for sure

(-;

Spadoman said...

Yeah, explain that kettle thing to me, I'm a bit confused.

Peace.

I, Like The View said...

in England, you "put the kettle on" when you're going to make a cup of tea*

as, as any Brit knows, a cup of tea solves every problem. . .

(or, in my case, a mug of coffee)

(if you say "shall I put the kettle on!", you're actually asking "fancy a cuppa?")

Rimshot said...

time to get a kettle

I, Like The View said...

GET A KETTLE!!!!!