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The project's aim was to engage our friend in social media with a typographic quotation everyday. We feel that this will be an ongoing project an… Read More
The project's aim was to engage our friend in social media with a typographic quotation everyday. We feel that this will be an ongoing project and we might add more quotes for the weekdays. Also it's was about time to do some research to some great photographers of our time. Read Less
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The daily typographic quote
An experimental project that we've designed from Monday 9th to Sunday 15th of July 2012
The project's aim was to engage our friend in social media with a typographic quotation everyday. We feel that this will be an ongoing project and we might add more quotes for the weekdays. Also it's was about time to do some research to some great photographers of our time.
Monday.
Just once, I would like to wake up, turn on the news,
and hear…
‘Monday has been canceled, go back to sleep.’

Photo by: Alfred Eisenstaedt
Tuesday.
“Tuesday, you see, she had to be free. But somehow, I’ve got to carry on.”
Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Photo by: Henri Cartier-Bresson
Wednesday.

“You know the honeymoon is pretty much over when you start
to go out with the boys on Wednesday nights,
and so does she.”

Photo by, © Eve Arnold, 1954
Bar girl in a brothel in the red light district, Havana / Cuba

Thursday.

This must be Thursday. I never could get the hang of Thursdays.
Douglas Adams
A Waterside Worker 1950s.
State Library Of Tasmania Collections

Friday
“It is bad luck to fall out of a thirteenth story window on Friday”

Empire State Building Construction Worker
Touching Top Of Chrysler Building, 1930

Photo By Lewis Hines
Saturday.
“Middle age is when you’re sitting at home on a Saturday night and the telephone rings and you hope it isn’t for you”
Ogden Nash

Photo: Jan Bułhak 1928

Sunday.
“People react to fear, not love - they don’t teach that in Sunday School, but it’s true.”
RICHARD M. NIXON
Photo: Toni Frissell
Medieval street in Alfama, Lisbon, Portugal, 1946