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Quote from Stephen Colbert, Design by emily miller.




We here at Yellow Heart Art thinks everyone deserves to have a Valentine for Valentines Day! So as a thank you out there to everyone who has supported us we have designed a free set of valentines day tags for you to enjoy! Just click on the actual photo, it will open in a new window, simply save it to your desk top and print ‘em out. Hide them in your Valentine’s car, locker, pillow, pocket, xbox 360…ya know whichever.

Enjoy everyone! Please reblog and share the love :)

…uhhh Tumblr followers, will you be our valentine?

I already know which one I am going to give out.


David Carson, one of the world’s most famous graphic designer is returning to print.

“He changed the public face of graphic design,” according to Newsweek, and now he’s doing it again. TED speaker and experimental graphic design pioneer Carson is now the Art and Design Director for C A R S O N, a magazine not only about design, but fine art, illustration, photography and writing. It will launch sometime in 2011 and will be published bi-monthly with a 6-issue subscription for $20.

Best of luck.


I love the creativity that can emerge when you realize that a digital pixel is really just a square.

Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like. People think it’s this veneer — that the designers are handed this box and told, ‘Make it look good!’ That’s not what we think design is. It’s not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.

Steve Jobs via dustin curtis

Classic Marimekko patterns are now available as wallpaper!


Steve Martin’s business card

Don’t use a font you don’t need. The marriage of type and text requires courtesy to the in-laws, but it does not mean that all of them ought to move in, nor even that all must come to visit.

By Richard Perez.

Beautiful new work for Coke from

A lovely book.

A transcript of a lovely speech delivered by Mike Dempsey.

Some excerpts:

“Whatever the information transmitted,  it must, ethically and culturally, reflect  its responsibility to society”.

The writer Hanif Kareshie said

“To live a creative life is the best life to live”

I endorse that sentiment wholeheartedly.


DIY of the Day: Turn a 3.5” floppy into a moving turntable greeting card.

(Or buy one here, if you’re not into the whole “doing shit with your hands” thing.)


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