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    The original Graphique Pro was designed by the famous Swiss designer Hermann Eidenbenz in 1945 and included one outline shadow style. […]

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TED

For all you that watch online videos, this link should make its way straight into your links. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from those three worlds. Since then its scope has become ever broader. This site makes the best talks and performances from […]

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Forcetwelve

Forcetwelve has some of the best typographic layouts that I have seen recently. Their use of space, type and form is very clean and refreshing to see.

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YouWorkForThem just released the new typeface, Black Slabbath. There will be a release party at the notorious Hexagon Bar in Minneapolis with some ear-splitting metal. Kicking off their 2008 tour, the Birthday Suits will be opening the night and their world tour. Following is one of MN’s finest brutal bands, Building Better Bombs. Strut and […]

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Robert Holmkvist

Robert Holmkvist is a graphic designer hailing from the UK. Very nice work that you should check out for sure.

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Studio Visit: Parra

Nice little interview/studio visit with Dutch king of cool, Parra. Go ahead and get you some too, YWFT’s got it here. While Supplies Last :-)

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Pretty wild stuff: Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) announced on December 21, 2007 that John Maeda, Associate Director of Research at the MIT Media Lab, has accepted the offer to become the 16th president of RISD. (Read more at RSID). Not sure who Maeda is, catch our Profile Interview with Maeda.

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Clara Terne

Self described as aiming for work that is explorative, playful and ever evolving, Clara Terne makes it happen with a nice mix of illustration, custom typography, and overall niceness. Sweden strikes again.

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Xerox (rebrand)

Xerox has gone under the knife and gotten itself a facelift. Loving the type very much so. The sphere-thing, well do I even have to say what I think? | Read More at Xerox

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