Thursday, December 17, 2009


So over the past couple of weeks, I have been feeling somewhat empty. Its not because I am not happy here in Sydney, fucking far from it. The past few months I have been the happiest that I have been in ages, but somehow I feel as if I am missing something. A lot of people around me are all starting to settle in and seem quite content with them selves. Some have also been saying that they have started to base things on being “personal” and the “work” related, like that each of us should be happy in each of them. I started to separate things in my head into these 2 sections and I got lost. I feel that if your not happy in your “work” area, your “personal” area can suffer. And then I started to think, well which one do you work on first, work or personal?
But I guess that’s not the point.
The point with me, I guess is that I am beginning to feel that I have no purpose. I feel that I am OK at what I do for a living, but im not great at it, but I honestly don’t have the drive to push myself any further (which to me is quite bad). I guess there are just going to be a few hurdles coming up over the nest few months and I really need to sort out which direction I want to go. Anyone got a map?

X marks the spot

X seems to mark alot of things, alot of spots and not alot of treasure. But when you put two X's together you get something wonderful, and i dont just mean signing off an email with 2 kisses. The XX is a band, if you have been hiding under a rock lately. From London, this bunch of 20 year olds are going to play Laneway festival in late Jan and I am highly excited by this. I have been playing them all day today and making my fellow workers finally listen to some decent music our office.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Macaroni & Cheese

I just ate macaroni and cheese for the first time ever, dont really rate it. Glad i didnt eat it when i was a kid and that i stuck with ruce bubbles. They were much more fun.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Justin Thomas kay

Justin Thomas Kay is a fab designer and one awesome typographer. Based in NYC he mainly freelances in the realm of editorial, print and apparel. I really love his strong and tight type lock ups, which sometime rely on graphic link ups. He can take words and punch them into something which is eye catching and visually grand to look at.

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