Screenshot of William Morris pattern used as lock screen background on my iPhone 4S.


Patterns by William Morris, part III.


My wife loves William Morris, so as a special extra Christmas present last year I found high res pictures of some of his patters and cropped them so that they’d fit exactly as parallax enabled backgrounds for her iPhone. I put them up on a special website, designed a personalized card for her with a QR code so that she would be able to try out the backgrounds right away after opening the present envelope.

I guess the legality of this may be in a somewhat grey area, but since this was for personal use and I’m not aware of anyone selling image files of Morris’s patterns, we can just agree to not think about it, right? Especially since my wife was very happy with her present.

Also, I really like how the patterns work as backgrounds on my wife’s white iPhone 5. It’s a lot easier making, or adapting, backgrounds that work for the white iPhone. I did end up using one of the patterns as my lock screen image on my 4S. They’re much too busy, for my taste, to be home screen backgrounds. 
Patterns by William Morris, part III.


My wife loves William Morris, so as a special extra Christmas present last year I found high res pictures of some of his patters and cropped them so that they’d fit exactly as parallax enabled backgrounds for her iPhone. I put them up on a special website, designed a personalized card for her with a QR code so that she would be able to try out the backgrounds right away after opening the present envelope.

I guess the legality of this may be in a somewhat grey area, but since this was for personal use and I’m not aware of anyone selling image files of Morris’s patterns, we can just agree to not think about it, right? Especially since my wife was very happy with her present.

Also, I really like how the patterns work as backgrounds on my wife’s white iPhone 5. It’s a lot easier making, or adapting, backgrounds that work for the white iPhone. I did end up using one of the patterns as my lock screen image on my 4S. They’re much too busy, for my taste, to be home screen backgrounds. 
Patterns by William Morris, part III.


My wife loves William Morris, so as a special extra Christmas present last year I found high res pictures of some of his patters and cropped them so that they’d fit exactly as parallax enabled backgrounds for her iPhone. I put them up on a special website, designed a personalized card for her with a QR code so that she would be able to try out the backgrounds right away after opening the present envelope.

I guess the legality of this may be in a somewhat grey area, but since this was for personal use and I’m not aware of anyone selling image files of Morris’s patterns, we can just agree to not think about it, right? Especially since my wife was very happy with her present.

Also, I really like how the patterns work as backgrounds on my wife’s white iPhone 5. It’s a lot easier making, or adapting, backgrounds that work for the white iPhone. I did end up using one of the patterns as my lock screen image on my 4S. They’re much too busy, for my taste, to be home screen backgrounds. 
Patterns by William Morris, part III.


My wife loves William Morris, so as a special extra Christmas present last year I found high res pictures of some of his patters and cropped them so that they’d fit exactly as parallax enabled backgrounds for her iPhone. I put them up on a special website, designed a personalized card for her with a QR code so that she would be able to try out the backgrounds right away after opening the present envelope.

I guess the legality of this may be in a somewhat grey area, but since this was for personal use and I’m not aware of anyone selling image files of Morris’s patterns, we can just agree to not think about it, right? Especially since my wife was very happy with her present.

Also, I really like how the patterns work as backgrounds on my wife’s white iPhone 5. It’s a lot easier making, or adapting, backgrounds that work for the white iPhone. I did end up using one of the patterns as my lock screen image on my 4S. They’re much too busy, for my taste, to be home screen backgrounds.

Patterns by William Morris, part III.

My wife loves William Morris, so as a special extra Christmas present last year I found high res pictures of some of his patters and cropped them so that they’d fit exactly as parallax enabled backgrounds for her iPhone. I put them up on a special website, designed a personalized card for her with a QR code so that she would be able to try out the backgrounds right away after opening the present envelope.

I guess the legality of this may be in a somewhat grey area, but since this was for personal use and I’m not aware of anyone selling image files of Morris’s patterns, we can just agree to not think about it, right? Especially since my wife was very happy with her present.

Also, I really like how the patterns work as backgrounds on my wife’s white iPhone 5. It’s a lot easier making, or adapting, backgrounds that work for the white iPhone. I did end up using one of the patterns as my lock screen image on my 4S. They’re much too busy, for my taste, to be home screen backgrounds.

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purplereyn:

boredandmoist:

pussy-pat:

christel-thoughts:

this is what i just picked up from the grocery store. it cost $32. Thirty. two. dollars. for 1 pineapple, 2 bags of grapes, a small container of raspberries, 1 soft drink and 2/$1 nuts…. 

do you know how much junk food i could have for $32? do you have any clue how much McDonald’s you can get for $32?

stop shaming fat people poorer than you or people poorer than you in general for not eating healthier. stop lying about how cheap it is or how it’s comparable to fast food. just stop.

!!!!!!!

If I want to buy water that doesn’t taste like it came from the tap it costs like 1.20 for a gallon but I can buy 3 liters of soda for a dollar…something is wrong with that.

I’m glad I live in a country where the tap water is drinkable and tasty!
And where fast food is expensive.

crooksandliars:

Black Dentist In All-White Practice Forced To Resign Over Ferguson Posts

Will those stellar free-speech advocates on the right stand up for Dr. Misee Harris, or will they remain silent?

Dr. Misee Harris, who also was the Black Bachelorette, just found herself in an impossible situation after posting support for Ferguson and Mike Brown’s family on her private Facebook page. Dr. Harris was given a choice to resign or shut up. Here’s the story:

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I hope she sues the practice and sucks those assholes dry.

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Celebrating having voted.

purplereyn:

psychofactz:

More Facts on Psychofacts :)

If I ever need surgery I’m gonna ask for one of those doctors!

Whoever made that image should have focused on errors over speed.

purplereyn:

psychofactz:

More Facts on Psychofacts :)

If I ever need surgery I’m gonna ask for one of those doctors!

Whoever made that image should have focused on errors over speed.

Borlänge Motorstadion, Norr Amsberg (by Karl Gunnarsson)