Tyler Durden certificate, framed at IKEA.
Photo by Jennifer Van Sickle.
I wanted to share this poster we made for the Graphic Design Festival Breda which was held last month. We designed a typography poster with a visual update of a quote from the movie Fight Club. The poster was one of the winners of the Reflect - Poster Project.
The movie Fight Club was released in 1999, a pre-social media era. Tyler Durden was literally talking about our possessions, and how they can dominate and take over our lives. Fast-forwarding to the present there might be something else that made us slaves to our possessions. Putting Tyler Durden’s statement in a whole new perspective.
we have all read fanfiction that we shouldn’t have
just a few favorite tags
just open up tag viewer on this post and settle in with a snack cause ain’t nobody sleeping tonight, friends
installing tag viewer for this was the best decision i ever made
i found presidential fan fiction I’m really distressed
Fandoms: The Muppet Show/Hell’s Kitchen
“‘Bork bork,’ said the Swedish Chef, huskily. His hands caressed the lapels of Gordon’s chef jacket, teasing. Though the Swedish Chef’s eyes were obscured by his caterpillar brows, Gordon knew he would see longing in them.”