Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Day 5


Vintage pencil leads.

12 comments:

  1. nice typography on these! I especially like how descriptive and to-the-point all the boxes are: "long thin leads", you know, in case you thought you were buying short and fat pencil leads.

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  2. lovely. amazing how every day objects gain intrigue with the passing of time. i agree with alyson, too, great typography.

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  3. I so look forward to your daily posts!

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  4. oh my goodness, i'm in love! in fact, i'm so besotted with your blog i've included a mention over here - http://checksandspots.blogspot.com/2010/01/collector.html

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  5. i absolutely loved this!!!!!

    i´m known between my friends for colecting colections. i have lots of them. from ugly mickey mouses, to sheeps and doll´s shoes.


    <3

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  6. Sweet! These posts are ridiculously awesome.
    x

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  7. I hope you stop and reflect that a week or month or even year counts as a collection of collections. Inspiring work, or I would not have stayed. Here is a link to an old pencil lead case I found: http://videomartyr.blogspot.com/2010/01/box-of-old-junk.html

    Blog on!

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  8. love! scripto used to be my favorite mechanical pencil - the big thick ones but now they are hard to find.

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