Design Porn: Improper Uses of Punctuation

Welcome to the latest edition of Design Porn, Flavorpill’s regular roundup of all things drool-worthy. Obviously, we’re writers over here, so those little punctuation marks are close to our hearts. We take pride in using them correctly — but rules were meant to be broken, right? Peep our favorite totally incorrect and improper uses of punctuation in every media from paper to concrete to skin. Sorry to all our high school English teachers. And DFW.

This is the only good we’ve ever seen to come from emoticons.

This might have been accidental, but still! Like. [via Bowerbird]

Punctuation rings by Chao & Eero.

From “The Punctuation is Dying” by Luigi Benozzi.

Is she the quote? Is she just going to be ironic forever? We’re intrigued. [via Listicle]

Rathna Ramanathan‘s fanciful illustrations for Christian Morgenstern’s In the Land of Punctuation. [via Caustic Cover Critic]

Classy questioning earrings by Nathalie Uhl. [via the Scoop]

Best party ever. By design team Conor & David.