Content Without Context; Feat., Didot


Font: Didot (designed by Adrian Frutiger in 1991, for the Linotype Foundry), starring in Magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar.

Didot looks best when used for headlines and large display type (rather than body copy),  due to it’s strong clear forms and rational characteristics. No matter what you say, Didot gives text a classic and elegant feel, used commonly in many fashion magazines. You can purchase it here.




I’m grateful for all the little things… laughing til my belly aches, amazing friendships, smiles with strangers, hugs with family from a far, the hardships, all the tears and times gone incredibly wrong and learning from mistakes. I’m especially grateful for all of life’s rich goodies because no matter how good or bad something is, it’s got a gold lining. This gold has shaped and made me who I am today and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I will begin with a big winning smile and of course the sun will always keep on shining.

Happy Everything,