1. Roll out of bed. Walk dogs. Eat breakfast.
2. Drink tea. Type, type, type.
3. Walk dogs.
4. Drink more tea. Type, type, type.
5. Stress. Drink tea. Curl up in the fetal position. Type, type, TYPE.
6. Eat dinner. Watch Stargate SG-1.
7. Walk dogs.
9. Watch Pushing Daisies. Laugh and melt and squeeeee!
11. Watch Life. Drink hot chocolate. Type, type.
12. Walk dogs.
13. Prepare for bed. Write blog.
Same schedule tomorrow. Insert Supernatural for my nighttime viewing pleasure. Friday = Stargate At-hot!men!-lantis.
Here is an interesting interview with Christian Schwartz, a prolific font designers and recipient of the Prix Charles Peignotaward, all of which is very fascinating because a) it’s an unusual career, and b) in some, if not many or all ways, it is another extension of the Arts:
If expressing my innermost heart and soul through my work was my number one priority, I would probably go back to painting, or become a writer. The way I see it, my job is to make tools for other people, not to indulge myself through drawing wacky letters. I�m not saying that personal expression is a bad starting point for a typeface, just that it�s not a way I feel comfortable working.
You learn something every day.