26.08.09 by Jeff

Learn Something Everyday

Manchester-based Young Design just launched a funny little doodle project, Learn Something Everyday.

young design learn something everyday doodle

young design learn something everyday doodle

young design learn something everyday doodle

young design learn something everyday doodle

young design learn something everyday doodle

young design learn something everyday doodle

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • http://spencertweedy.com Spencer Tweedy


    what if you’re ambidextrous?

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    maybe you live longer than lefties and shorter than righties

  • http://szymkiewicz.net bs

    they spelt salvador wrong. besides that it’s a very cool project.

  • http://www.shapesofsweetness.com Corey Thompson

    Project is dope city.

  • no

    average the left and right together.

  • http://OwenIngarfield.com Owen

    Nice stuff, and nice website Young :)

  • zanez


  • Joel

    this would be even more awesome if it was “Every Day” and not “Everyday”.

    sorry, i can’t help myself…

  • http://twitter.com/jassyonyae jassyonyae

    very creative and fun

  • David

    So, im not gonna live to long :/ haha!

  • http://www.abhijit.shirsath.com designchowk


  • Ashleyyy

    LIES! Leftys ftw.

    • Sachiko

      leftys live better :)

      • http://melvinalvarez.com MELVIN

        arguing that lefties live longer IS the main reason why they have shorter lifespan

        *strokes righty knuckles*

  • http://gauravmishra.com Gaurav M

    Wooah! funny situation with Charlie

  • Bratovich

    If you are ambidextrous you would have to look up the statistics for their life expectancy. I assume they would be higher then lefties. For the reason mentioned by MELVIN

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