Ask me anything   Graphic designer and illustrator, working on paper/print and screen/digital. Based out of Boston, just finished up (7/18/14) my time as designer at Ropes & Gray (since January, 2011), starting my new job Monday (7/28)! Accepting freelance projects (off-site) and commissions. [http://kimminsdesign.com]

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    mdfc1997:

Rajon Rondo - best point guard in the league

    mdfc1997:

    Rajon Rondo - best point guard in the league

    — 22 hours ago with 16 notes
    fastcompany:

When your days already feel jam-packed, how can you afford to experiment with productivity? Get to the bottom of time-wasting habits.
It’s classic productivity advice: Match your most important work to your most productive hours. If you do that, you’ll get a lot more done.
But this advice assumes you know when your most productive hours are. Many people don’t, says Daniel Gold, a productivity specialist and author of Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Capturing Everything and Getting Things Done, among other life management books. “We’re too often stuck without thinking about the bigger picture,” he says. If you’re constantly in reactive mode, or your life features irregular hours or travel, you may not be familiar with your own internal rhythms. Getting there is “really just about taking that uncomfortable step inwards,” he says. Here are strategies for paying attention.
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    fastcompany:

    When your days already feel jam-packed, how can you afford to experiment with productivity? Get to the bottom of time-wasting habits.

    It’s classic productivity advice: Match your most important work to your most productive hours. If you do that, you’ll get a lot more done.

    But this advice assumes you know when your most productive hours are. Many people don’t, says Daniel Gold, a productivity specialist and author of Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Capturing Everything and Getting Things Done, among other life management books. “We’re too often stuck without thinking about the bigger picture,” he says. If you’re constantly in reactive mode, or your life features irregular hours or travel, you may not be familiar with your own internal rhythms. Getting there is “really just about taking that uncomfortable step inwards,” he says. Here are strategies for paying attention.

    Read More>

    — 1 day ago with 151 notes
    Give yourself a break: everyone gets stuck →

    creativesomething:

    It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re not feeling as creative as you’d like. But frustration is just another hinderance in the creative process, one that we must find a way to overcome in order to get back to creating.

    But here you are, stuck.

    You’ve tried everything you heard would help….

    — 5 days ago with 80 notes
    kimminsdesign:

illustration for financial newsletter; ‘Building your retirement’…

    kimminsdesign:

    illustration for financial newsletter; ‘Building your retirement’…

    — 5 days ago with 1 note
    #illustration  #401k  #finance 

    kimminsdesign:

    More invites…top one was chosen…

    (via kimminsdesign)

    — 6 days ago with 2 notes
    #re blog 
    Kimmins Design & Illustration turned 4 today!

    Kimmins Design & Illustration turned 4 today!

    — 6 days ago
    #tumblr birthday  #tumblr milestone 
    kimminsdesign:

…chasing Victor…from last book…©2013 Peter Kimmins

    kimminsdesign:

    …chasing Victor…from last book…
    ©2013 Peter Kimmins

    — 1 week ago with 3 notes
    kimminsdesign:

Detail from first part of troll illustration set…

    kimminsdesign:

    Detail from first part of troll illustration set…

    — 1 week ago with 4 notes
    #illustration  #artists on tumblr  #frog  #troye sivan  #hand 

    kimminsdesign:

    Full and detail of a Raymond Carver story illustrated (one of several panels).

    — 1 week ago with 1 note
    #typography 

    kimminsdesign:

    some sketching—playing around with the Pentel Brush pen and Tombo marker

    — 1 week ago with 2 notes
    How to Protect Your Online Privacy →

    dailyzenlist:

    1. Use StartPage.com instead of Google Search. StartPage.com will give you the same search results as Google, without tracking you like Google does. For another alternative to Google, check out DuckDuckGo.com.

    2. Install KeePass to save and encrypt your passwords. KeePass allows you…

    — 1 week ago with 116 notes

    kimminsdesign:

    'Monsters in our heads', originally a submission for Almighty Ts. Put it on Society 6 with old color scheme (the green background)—thinking of this as the update, also tweaking some of the design. Also showing an outline preview mode from Illustrator.

    (via kimminsdesign)

    — 1 week ago with 2 notes
    #reblog  #illustration  #mental health  #psychology