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(Background courtesy of cakechooser. Graphic by Jenny Bahn)

(Background courtesy of cakechooser. Graphic by Jenny Bahn)

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(Quote by H.W. Longfellow. Graphic by Jenny Bahn)

(Quote by H.W. Longfellow. Graphic by Jenny Bahn)

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(Image courtesy of Three Lives Left)

(Image courtesy of Three Lives Left)

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Graphic We Love: Cody
Collage art by CodyRocko.com

Graphic We Love: Cody

Collage art by CodyRocko.com

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(Photo courtesy of The Dolly Parton Scrapbook)

(Photo courtesy of The Dolly Parton Scrapbook)

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(Image courtesy of Alexandra Mendes)

(Image courtesy of Alexandra Mendes)

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(Photo courtesy of @alasully via Instagram)

(Photo courtesy of @alasully via Instagram)

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Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Randall Slavin 

Los Angeles-based photographer Randall Slavin is as well known for his razor-sharp sense of humor as he is his work (he’s shot everyone from Vanessa Redgrave to Charlize Theron and all the Hollywood elite in between). Here, we get a softer side of Randall, catching him with a bit of prose and some California landscape shots. If you’re looking to follow the behind-the-scenes action of a photographer (and stay on top of your inspirational quotes), Randall’s your guy. To follow him on Instagram, click here

(Photo courtesy of @randallslavin via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Graphic We Love: Goethe 
Though the German-born writer and artist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe died 181 years ago, his words remain just as valid and universal as they did in the 19th century, a testament to the consistency of the human condition. As one might suspect, there is a large number of books featuring Goethe’s work that have been produced over the years. If you want to expand your knowledge of the man beyond this wonderfully inspirational quote,  you can buy any number of collectible pieces on eBay. 
(Image courtesy of Words That Express. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Graphic We Love: Goethe 

Though the German-born writer and artist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe died 181 years ago, his words remain just as valid and universal as they did in the 19th century, a testament to the consistency of the human condition. As one might suspect, there is a large number of books featuring Goethe’s work that have been produced over the years. If you want to expand your knowledge of the man beyond this wonderfully inspirational quote,  you can buy any number of collectible pieces on eBay

(Image courtesy of Words That Express. Text by Jenny Bahn)