advice to sink in slowly poster series

posted by the scholar on January 24th, 2008
filed under: art, design, illustration

when i was a freshman in college, it would have been nice to get some sage advice from the more experienced kids on campus about what school would be like. the first year students at the university college falmouth receive a gift of a poster from recent graduates, permanently inked with tidbits of wisdom and gorgeous, inventive design. it’s called the advice to sink in slowly series. the more you peruse the selection here, the more you realize that it’s not just filled with a sense of humor and clever musings, but also astute advice that can be applied in everyday life too.

advice_poster_libraryadvice_poster_instinct

rebecca cobb; carys williams

advice_poster_afraidadvice_poster_nerve

temujin doran; luke tonge

advice_poster_thinkadvice_poster_be_yourself

david plant; jane laurie

i’ll take these over cheesy motivational posters anyday!

bonus: if you like them, you can buy them! the A3 (11″ x 17″) posters are only £5.00 each, so why not buy more than one?

purchase them here and be sure to check out their flickr stream too!

via kitsune noir


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6 Responses to “advice to sink in slowly poster series”

  1. sosser Says:

    these are brilliant and would make perfect gifts!!! one for me, one for you…

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    i REALLY like these and the whole idea behind it. two thumbs up!

    thanks for the visit!

  3. Bri Says:

    What a great concept! Hey, did you know that we have as many neurons in our digestive tract as we do in our spinal column? Hmmm….I KNEW there was something to the whole “trust your gut instincts” advice 🙂

  4. the scholar Says:

    bri,

    you’re a chef and scientist too? is there anything you can’t do? 🙂

    glad to see you!

  5. Bri Says:

    Many things, but actually that is a quote from Michael Pollan’s book, so it actually mixes the two (food and science). 😉

  6. the scholar Says:

    man! i REALLY need to pick up that book – fascinating!

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