Candidates and Fonts: who’s gonna win?


1 May 2008 | Comments Off

The type tells All

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Michael Bierut Talks Typography with ‘The Atlantic’


28 April 2008 | Comments Off

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celebrate world pinhole camera day!


28 April 2008 | Comments Off

download a flatpack camera here.

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20/20’s John Stossel on Graphic Design


27 April 2008 | Comments Off
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Graphis Hnds out FINE Accolades


25 April 2008 | Comments Off

Congratulations to the Hitachi BladeSymphony 320 team on the Award from Graphis for the poster series. Kudos!

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animal free meat


23 April 2008 | Comments Off

If you werent disgusted enough with the pdx lunch conversation today, or were not in pdx to be part of it – here’s where you can learn more

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another pablo ferro post


23 April 2008 | Comments Off

to complement the previous:
Pablo Ferro Font

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ads and main titles by pablo ferro


22 April 2008 | Comments Off

interesting post on kottke about ferro’s work with kubrik.

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Corporate America’s most-overlooked environmental crime, and how to stop it.


22 April 2008 | Comments Off

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AT&T “Pogo” Browser


21 April 2008 | Comments Off

The best use of Pogo’s graphical chops is in the history viewer, which lets you smoothly scroll backward and forward through snapshots of your visited Web pages. You can fly through your bookmarks and the “collections” they are categorized in. So far so good? Hmmm, we’ll see. Personally, I find it to be a bit too hodgepodge with all that 3D carousel FX, though, I do dig how you can save/bookmark a site and latch it to the bottom of the screen.

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