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    Strima is a geometric sans serif typeface that stands for minimalism and legibility. […]

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Caught this video last night, pretty nice idea going on here visually. It gets good around the 2 minute point..

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Willi Kunz. Re: New

We are confronted daily by an avalanche of printed material. All of this stuff is expeditiously discarded after its “newness” wears off, either winding up as landfill or being recycled to serve a new purpose. Regardless of the outcome, the intellectual lifecycle of a design is far more intriguing than its material lifecycle. Many discarded […]

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Wolff Olins

Wolff Olins recently updated their site with some lectures from their company. They also have a new flickr stream that would be good to follow.

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Plukart!

Mr. Plukart has quite a diverse assortment of various visual goods and oddities on his flickr stream although the illustrations are easily my favorite. Hello South America!

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House Industries Girard

“House Industries presents the oeuvre of Alexander Girard with a suite of fonts and objects.” One thing that always impresses me about House Industries is their ability to tie in products with their font releases.

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The Emperor of Antarctica!

Christian Zander has claimed the throne of Antarctica and is serving up all kinds of geometric new-wave hotness. All hail the King er, Emperor!

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Vignelli Canon

This has made its rounds, but it is better late then never? Massimo Vignelli (NY Subway Map pictured above) wrote a short book about what design is. To quote the New Pepsi Logo PDF, it is basically about Graphic Design’s DNA. Part One covers the Intangibles, such as Semantics, Discipline, Responsibility, etc. Part Two covers […]

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