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_now that days are sunnier we long for some Yukata Sone around us.
_on the word windows and its many meanings: Taiyo Onorato + Nico Krebs.
_from Bethlehem, PA to Brooklyn, NY: David Brandon Geeting.
_our new Thursday hero: Jessica Walsh
Ultra Secret Sneak Peek: The Gopher – Volume 2
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_a must-read rejection letter: from editor Brian Doyle [ University of Portland Magazine... Read More »
_that thing about March and color: Todd Chilton.
_first thing we thought when we saw Daniel Diggle‘s website: this guy’s British!
_it is our opinion that Adam Sorensen should make the artwork for
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_free typography Friday! this time: Banda by the amazing Read More »
_science that’s not about results, but rather about personalities and processes:... Read More »
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_why do we keep bumping into Cerotrees‘ website? What do you want from us?
_happy weekend everybody! have some beautiful illustrations by Deanna Halsall for your travels!
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_relief sculptures made using found photographs of the same place taken at different times Read More »
_the “Lions in Bangalore” series is definitely something we want to... Read More »
_you Nicholas Feltron, should have some coffee with some Gopher Magazine editors that... Read More »
_coming back to America: “ Ghost Riding involves walking or dancing alongside a... Read More »
_the GridLondon’s “Takeaway Box” is one of the most amazing brochures we’ve sen in... Read More »
_wow we just found out that we’re on a soccer team with the Read More »
_is Chen Zhuo in continental China or abroad?
Big and Bold and Bad-ass
Our visit to the Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection this week (a... Read More »
_the series “Corporate Franchise Architecture and the National Landscape” is something you should definitely... Read More »
_say YES to Cincinnati !
_our friend Estelle Hanania has a new book! This time it is about her... Read More »
_probably you’ve seen this around, but in case you haven’t: the Grand Taxonomy of... Read More »
_here “Motherland” means India, India and contemporary arts.
_corrupt images like this one and more at Pekka Niittyvirta‘s portfolio website.
_do take a minute to check this amazing animation by Read More »
_free typography Friday! : FTF Ahlan Ve Arabez by Fizzetica DepokAsiana.
_finally we know who made the video that we saw at the Parc de Collserola in... Read More »
_do you know who moved intoÂ Alvin Lustig‘s studio in NYC after he passed away?... Read More »
_Shane Lavalette’s excellent Lay Flat facebook page disappeared due to a glitch, do join... Read More »
_music Monday indeed! listening once and again to Diamond Rings, specially this... Read More »
_the Gopher and its co-editorÂ Lope GutiÃ©rrez-Ruiz are featured in Wired... Read More »
_what an amazing set of images: “El Pardo” by Carlos Sanva [ more to... Read More »
_what a way to finish today’s work: Matt Lipps cuts!
_”Darkness within Darkness” by Howard Fonda, we salute you.
_and since yesterday was about music and being late: Sorry I’m Late by
_how is it possible that we’ve never recommended Ghostly International‘s amazing podcast, the
_as simple and effective as B&W and Futura: Jason Drakeford.
_the folks at House Industries have just put up aÂ trailer for their... Read More »
_the categories in Gina Tuzzi‘s portfolio website: drawings, paintings, projections, sculptures, beards.
A sweet musical landing in DÃ«nver, Chile.
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_free typography Friday! today: Roke 1984 by Juan Ramon Pastor (Wete), you can
_things we do repeatedly: as soon as we enter a portfolio website we go to the... Read More »
_so Bruce Nussbaum aks us: Is humanitarian design the new imperialism? What do... Read More »
_never too early to talk about night and light: Klara KÃ¤llstrÃ¶m.
_and with the Monday, a couple of tunes under three minutes and over 45 years... Read More »
_slowly waking up and thinking about the legend of Ts’ang-chieh (ä»“é¢‰) who created the... Read More »
_ha! Jirayu Koo! we meet again! and once again, we adore your work!
_free Typography Friday! : Soraya from the folks of Form Conspiracy.
_have you ever been to I am a Thai Graphic Designer? We can’t remember... Read More »
_besides being an amazing designer, Timba Smits is also an editor: he publishes the... Read More »
_patterns, “tasteful neon” and the art of surface patterns. Hello Kirath Ghundoo.
_we’ve drooled over Ty Wilkins work before. Here’s some awesome new stuff!
_we absolutely adore this clip of Marty Robbins singing Devil Woman [ and... Read More »
_his name is Don Bob Thompson.
_we don’t know where this is but word is Andrew Neyer‘s opening an artspace... Read More »
_the kind of amazing stuff that we found in our e-mail: Mikko Rantanen.
_hey Jude (of Starkville, MS)!
_what can you do with that old typewriter, you say? Write poems on it? What are... Read More »
_four words: the geometry of pasta.
_this is awesome because we may or may not be guilty of making geometric... Read More »
_the London-based Sara de Bondt is much more than a graphic designer, sometimes... Read More »
_this series of a superhero grandmother by Sacha Goldberger is absolutely amazing (and greets... Read More »
_ now I kind of wish that all fashion editorials were drawn by the ladies at... Read More »
_where have we seen Artemio’s gun-mandalas before?
_apparently developed by Place studios in Argentina, Sudamerica is a type with a message:... Read More »
_free font Wednesday! this week: Color Lines by Anton Gridz.
_memory’s incomplete anyways, so look at these painted snapshots of Nadir Figueroa Mena‘s Medellin.
_”in early 1971Â Sun Ra was artist-in-residence at University of California, Berkeley, teaching a course... Read More »
_broadcastr, that brainchild of the folks at Electric Lit is launching tomorrow. Not gonna... Read More »
_hey and since we’re talking about internet, if you have a friend in... Read More »
_one of the best projects we’ve seen in years: some friends are buying a... Read More »
_”i hate perfume” says Christopher Brosius, so he’s bottling experiences. Like the smell of... Read More »
_free online lectures might be the David to the university system’s Goliath. Or so... Read More »
_we ended up with one of these postcard-sized prints by Rand Renfrow. Turns out, it’s Rand... Read More »
_it’s no secret that we can’t wait to get Granta’s “Best of Young Spanish Novelists” (Best... Read More »
_designer Matt Stevens told designers in Dallas to work for free last month. And... Read More »
_the latest issue of Kaleidoscope just landed in our mailbox ,... Read More »
_”her art is both humorous and sentimental while exploring her love for nostalgia” – Read More »
_among the freakiest portfolio websites we have seen in a while: Matthew Ronay.
_does anybody know what typography was used in the Great Western Studios website? we... Read More »
_Eleanor Rudge is an illustrator based in Brighton blah blah, look pretty, colorful mountains say hello!... Read More »
_free typography Friday! today: Matilde Font, with a free patterns and frames set!
Elle Lefant is pachyderm-style indie pop
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_we stumbled upon these drawings from one mysterious Carl of BlackHarbor and Read More »
_this is “a video report on data visualization as a storytelling medium“, produced... Read More »
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