Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.

Apple’s Think Different video is a simple montage of game changers. It doesn’t have flashy things going about, but the message is so touching it moves something in me each time I watch it—and I never tire of watching. It’s okay to be different. It’s okay they don’t believe the way you do. Be so good they can’t ignore you. Even Apple had to go through struggles to reach where they are. Even Steve Jobs did. It makes me think about myself: my core values, the things I believe in, what holds me together.

Even the way Steve Jobs’ marketing speech to introduce this video in 1998 was terrific: “It honors those people who have changed the world. Some of them are living, some of them are not. But the ones that aren’t, as you’ll see, you’ll know that if they ever used a computer, it would have been a Mac.”

"One eye sees, the other feels." - Paul Klee #art by @chizano #artist #creativity

johnleedraws:

RIP Gabo. Thank you for the stories. 
johnleedraws:

RIP Gabo. Thank you for the stories. 

johnleedraws:

RIP Gabo. Thank you for the stories. 

And I can’t remember life before 

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:


Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014

Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

Much More at    http://hifructose.com/https://www.facebook.com/HiFructose?fref=tshttp://hifructosemag.tumblr.com/

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Yuko Shimizu’s Bold Illustrations

by Nick PizanaPosted on March 31, 2014
Already renown for her works in commercial and editorial illustration, artist Yuko Shimizu has an equally captivating fine art portfolio. Her displayed collection of works, ranging from paintings to large scale drawings and computer-based images all seem antiquated, yet modern. Although many of her pieces use a limited palette, Shimizu’s intricate and delicate line work allows her to speak volumes. Many of the objects in her renderings are either boldly simple or alluringly intricate. The images take hold of your attention, enhancing the sense of complexity by repeating different forms and patterns throughout the pieces.

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I wish you got the ending you deserved.
sweetestmag:

#TV | 5 Lessons We’ve Learned From ‘How I Met Your Mother’
Friendships are the best ships.
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I wish you got the ending you deserved.

sweetestmag:

#TV | 5 Lessons We’ve Learned From ‘How I Met Your Mother’

Friendships are the best ships.

Read more @ SWEETESTMAG.com »

pokeoutmyiris:

amazing.

That’s how you do it

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SXSW a friend lent this to us edition. #punkmagazine

I got a badge haha

My 3,000th post: in New York, happy and content me. <3

chizano:

Inspiration in life.

slowartday:

Untitled, 2014. Ink, marker, oil pastel, colored pencil on paper, 6 x 8”

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