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Character design, illustration and packaging for Alebrines on Behance by Alexander Vidal Los Angeles, CA curated by Packaging Diva PD. Created for a line of Mexican candies inspired by traditional Mexican folk art for the packaging smile file : )

Character design, illustration and packaging for Alebrines on Behance by Alexander Vidal Los Angeles, CA curated by Packaging Diva PD. Created for a line of Mexican candies inspired by traditional Mexican folk art for the packaging smile file : )

I will never get this. Sure fabulous meals but she can't get that nice bubble butt out of bed:) Even if her life depended on it!

I will never get this. Sure fabulous meals but she can't get that nice bubble butt out of bed:) Even if her life depended on it!

Bold Pink Watercolors Makeup Artist Business Card

Bold Pink Watercolors Makeup Artist Business Card

24 Hour Shipping on most orders. Bold Pink Watercolors Makeup Artist Business Card created by This design is available on several paper types and is totally customisable.

Mid-Century Fonts. First up is Filmotype Lucky, originally by Ray Baker that has been expanded from the original film masters. Next is Charles Gibbons’s 1955 Filmotype Havana - a more condensed version of the previously updated Filmotype Horizon. Finally Filmotype Rose, also designed by Charles Gibbons.

Mid-Century Fonts. First up is Filmotype Lucky, originally by Ray Baker that has been expanded from the original film masters. Next is Charles Gibbons’s 1955 Filmotype Havana - a more condensed version of the previously updated Filmotype Horizon. Finally Filmotype Rose, also designed by Charles Gibbons.

The View-Master has a long history, dating back to the late 1930's in Portland, Oregon. The US Military were keen advocates of the View-Master and had specially commissioned sets of reels produced to aid with artillery spotting and aircraft identification during World War II.

The View-Master has a long history, dating back to the late 1930's in Portland, Oregon. The US Military were keen advocates of the View-Master and had specially commissioned sets of reels produced to aid with artillery spotting and aircraft identification during World War II.

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