Posters at Reading
Following on from the Type Design course (TDi) course I attended at Reading University last year, I’ve returned to learn more about type design and the industry. If you like to know more about the intensive summer course take a look at my daily diary from last year.
Meanwhile here are some of the cool posters I’ve spotted around the faculty. Top by Jamie Wieck, bottom right, specimen of MATD 2013 graduates.
My brother disappeared over the weekend. I’d gone down to see him and my mom. We were watching a movie at around 10:30pm, when he stood up and went to the kitchen. He then presumably walked out.
I went to see where he was after about 20 minutes. When I couldn’t find him, I assumed/hoped he’d gone out for a cigarette and a walk.
We went out to search for him and hour or so later, and phoned the police about 3 hours after that. We’ve done everything we can since then, including posting flyers and searching everywhere. It’s been 36 hours now. The temperature has been around 0° C both evenings and it’s been raining as of last night.
If you know anyone in south England - especially in Hants/Hampshire - I’d really appreciate if you could point them toward this post, ask them to take a quick glance at the picture and keep it in mind when travelling over the next few days. We believe he’s been off his medication for around 5 days. He’s not violent at all, nor a hazard to anyone but himself. He will probably be confused, with some periods of lucidity. If found, please immediately contact the Hampshire police on the non-emergency number 101, referencing case #200 from 16th February 2014.
This is happening to a close friend of my mums. Thanks to the american “justice” system she could end up being sentenced for a crime she hasn’t committed. There is more information below but if you could sign the petition below you could save an innocent woman.
This is the message explaining it a bit more:
We would like to bring to your attention the case of Norma Patricia Esparza from Orange County, California a survivor of childhood sexual abuse by her father from the age of 5 until she was 12 and then rape 18 yrs ago in her college dormitory at the age of 20. As can be seen from her story below, she reported the rape to the nurse at her college but as is often the case action was not taken. An man she dated and his accomplices took matters into their own hands and proceeded to kidnap and murder her attacker. Norma Patricia was not in any way a willing participant in the events that followed but now stands accused of the murder of her attacker along with the man she dated and his accomplices . The penalty for this crime in Orange County is either the death penalty or life in prison without parole.
You can help us secure justice for Norma Patricia, now the mother of a 4-year-old daughter.
We can all raise awareness by:
Spreading her story (attached) to your networks via email, social media or post to your website Sign our online petition http://chn.ge/I1daaC calling for the Orange County DA to drop all charges Contact the Orange County DA, Tony Rackauckas directly and ask him to drop all charges.