I Morgue U


Think. Do! & Done.


I bought this book because of one thing: Simplicity. The title did not strike me as a “how-to,” but more of an easy “bathroom” reading/ ha. Motivational.

Plus, a somewhat semi-pocket size book. It gave me the action of creating “Morgue Files,” which helps me with my short-term memory lost. Thank You.

I guess I’m a ‘packrat’ of files, which in the end, becomes garbage or junk in my hard-drive. Command + Shift + Delete.


So as a reminder…

I have been fascinated with Graffiti and Calligraphy for 1 year plus now.

And, as a routine- daily checkup on internet trending for Design and Fads. Very Sleek Piece.




Also …Reminded me of Evan Roth Graffiti Taxonomy | Wonderful Project! 2009

and he did a 3D-model | Data (continual)…Kickstarter for him.

Cartier should renew the exhibit online permission: Graffiti Taxonomy …but for the static version: ni9e



I saw him, once at a Thailand’s A&D seminar | TCDC, showcasing his projects.

Very awesome guy… Creative, laid-back, good-heart and totally fun times raw.



Awesome layout, dynamic, thorough, minimal… | Vanderlin is talented: vanderlin

A total appreciation their work, and I hope for more info/ data/ street design from them.



I have always been intrigued with Calligraphy and Graffiti.

Calligraphy is a visual art of “writing” (handwritten…)

…and Graffiti is for those who have balls to tag, de-surface and spray-paint on opp.

I neither condone or condemn those who do Graffiti.

It’s a form of Art. An Expression. Originality.

I definitely think there should be a class about it…

A mash-up between Wood Shop and Art Class /ha.

Back in High School – I was a total geek with Industrial Arts (thumbs up).

I did a short personal study on the technique and terms both online and offline; a total culture.

You don’t have to actually act or dress like them: just understand


He coined the combination of the two | Calligraffiti | It was a must-have present for myself.

Amazing shiz~ He does the whole body swift movement. You can actually see and feel the kinetic synergy in the happening (nature & man made)… I, also, enjoyed the latest 2012 LV: Ali Tribute.

I started my own collection – I don’t have balls (metaphorically speaking /ha) to throw one up…

So… to be on a safe side, I’m using a sketching app | Carl’s Laser Draw

@ the time, it was Free! (of course it’s geeky – but the tension and friction is perfect).