Tag Archives: print

The Stache is Back!

23 Jun

Buongiorno stache and typography lovers alike…it’s been a while since my last post due to a surprisingly busy beginning of summer. However, the Amperstache is back to deliver more mustache goodies (and other things too)!

Here are some awesome, amusing mustache products I discovered on Etsy.

For some reason I’ve really had a thing for aprons lately…and I really want this one.

I personally don’t smoke unless I’m on fire, but I just thought this was too amusing not to share.

Need.

Who doesn’t love a mustache flask, really?

Conceptual Illustration

13 Mar

I just stumbled to these awesomely simple conceptual illustrations by Alessandro Gottardo. I want prints of all of them! (click images to see more)


Great Responsibility

5 Mar

Stumbled across this print today…so great!

Beatlestache

9 Dec

I stumbled across this amazing Beatles poster yesterday, and thought it was necessary to share, especially since yesterday was the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s assassination. Also, a photo of John with an amazing moustache.

“Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

You may say that I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will be as one”

Moustache Love

11 Nov

In addition to ampersands, I hold moustaches (or mustaches) very close to my heart. I love moustache products, tattoos, jewelry, design, illustration, and most moustache-related art. Here are some inspiring staches.





I’m sure there will be many more mustaches and mustache things to come!

Ampersand Love

3 Nov

Like many typography lovers out there, I have an obsession with ampersands. The ampersand to me is the most unique, beautiful, and variable character of any typeface. I love using it as a design element in addition to is traditional use to represent “and.” So, here are all the ampersand things I’ve been drooling over lately.

 

I’m sure I’ll be posting more ampersand things in the future. Oh, and I also love semicolons.