Megs Senk: Emergency Compliments

Need a pick-me-up? Well I just might have the answer for you: Emergency Compliments, an altruistic online project from Megs Senk, a designer at W+K 12.

If the first compliment doesn’t make you feel better, you can keep cycling through the various sentiments until one does the trick. They’re also available in print form from Society 6, if you’re looking for a more permanent positive affirmation. There are a ton of different phrases available, so be sure to check out the entire series.

via 2 Modern

8 Comments

  1. John G says:

    Brilliant - and you can submit your own too. Put a smile on my face!
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    Such a genius idea!
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