We’ve already established that wisdom is a fine gift for people of all ages. Maybe wisdom is even more valued when it is briefly stated and cleverly drawn.
That’s part of the thinking behind Advice To Sink In Slowly. Launched in 2006, it’s a way for design graduates to offer advice and inspiration to first year university students. Much of the wisdom is universally applicable.
This UK-based collaborative site allows grads to develop a profile, add to the creator blog, develop a gallery, share links, and more. Posters and postcards are sold as well.
Founder and project manager John Stanbury hopes to expand Advice To Sink In Slowly to include workshops and activity programs benefiting more people. Advice has rarely looked this captivating.
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These are beautiful! I loved looking around the site.
I really like the Be Yourself poster but can’t find it on their site. Can you provide a link? Thanks!
Go to http://advicetosinkinslowly.net, click on the far left side orange tab “advice catalog” which drops down to one option only, “posters.” You can click through the pages which oddly had some redundant offerings, but I see Be Yourself on page 15. That one is my favorite too!
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