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  • Aspira
    Aspira is sans-serif font family. Aspira is versatile, legible, and geometric. Aspira is a superfamily of 112 styles. […]

Nanamee

  • Exposure 03 Image by John
    22 Hi-res abstract photos of neon lights streaking across negative space. Works wonders on backgrounds and anything else in need of a spacey feel. […]

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October 19, 2009

Profile: Matthew Wahl

Profile: Matthew Wahl

Matthew recently joined our lineup of font designers, so we wanted to take a minute to introduce him to everyone.

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September 18, 2009

Profile: Ben Tuber

Profile: Ben Tuber

Ben recently won our typography grant over at Society6. We thought we should show you some of his work and let him introduce himself with this little interview.

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August 13, 2009

Profile: Tim Lahan

Profile: Tim Lahan

Name: Tim Lahan Company: Trademark™ Website: Trademark-Trademark About: I’m trained as a graphic designer but grew up illustrating and later drawing on bathroom walls. I run my own one-man studio in New York under the guise Trademark™, where I take on all kinds of work from branding, apparel, web stuff when I have to, and […]

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June 22, 2009

Profile: Will Bryant

Profile: Will Bryant

We caught up with the hard working Will “Mr. Fancy Pants” Bryant this past week. He’s a freelance illustrator and a new “student” at Public School, a collective that we’re excited to see develop.   Run us through a typical day for you. Now that I’m married and the wife has a solid job I’m […]

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May 11, 2009

Profile: Chris Gray

Profile: Chris Gray

  This week we feature British designer, Chris Gray. I came across one of his shirts on Beautiful Decay and was pleasantly surprised by his other work. Let’s learn a little more about him.   Name: Chris Gray   Company: Toy / WSS   Website: http://www.thisistoy.com / http://www.weshallsee.co.uk   Short explanation of what you do […]

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May 4, 2009

Profile: Mike Davis

Profile: Mike Davis

Mike Davis works just down the hall from us so there’s a pretty good dialogue back and forth between our office and Burlesque where he works. He’s also a huge nerd for classic graphic design and runs a blog , So Much Pileup, devoted to digging up the greatest of graphic ephemera from the high […]

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April 27, 2009

Profile: Joakim Jansson

Profile: Joakim Jansson

Swedish graphic designer Joakim Jansson is this week’s featured designer. His work encompasses many areas related to design including art direction, graphic design, typography, illustration, branding and web. He also contributes to the Style Press blog and DJs as Soda Popinski in his spare time. Here’s a little more about him and his work…

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April 20, 2009

Profile: Laurent Fétis

Profile: Laurent Fétis

Laurent Fétis is a busy guy. Fortunately, he had a few moments to answer some simple questions. We will be posting more exclusive, short interviews in this format soon , so please keep following.

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May 28, 2008

The Profile of D-FUSE

The Profile of D-FUSE

For all who don’t know, what is D-Fuse? D-Fuse was founded by Michael Faulkner in the mid-1990s, D-Fuse is a group of designers and artists working in a trans-disciplinary method with cutting edge technology. Exploring a wide range of creative media, from mobile media, web and print to art and architecture, live A/V performances, TV and film, […]

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April 21, 2008

The Profile of Gregory Euclide

We recently caught up with Gregory and put together this little video feature on him and his work.      About Gregory Euclide Gregory Euclide is an artist and teacher living in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. His attraction to the landscape originates from his experience of growing up in the rural landscapes of Wisconsin. Free to […]

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January 1, 2008

The Profile of Aesthetic Apparatus

The Profile of Aesthetic Apparatus
How did the poster medium begin and how? When Xenu, ruler of the galactic confederacy first brought humans to this earth he also brought with him something called “posters” along with “beer” and “the beach towel.” These basic elements were used as recruitment tools to convince humans to stay and populate […]

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October 1, 2007

The Profile of Mike Mills

The Profile of Mike Mills

How influential was your start as an intern for M&Co [Tibor Kalman's studio] in terms of a developing conscience in your art? What else in your background fostered your thoughtful sensibilities? In terms of developing a “conscience” M&Co wasn’t as key as being a student of Hans Haacke and being exposed to a lot of socially […]

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