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  • Como
    Como is a modern rounded sans-serif family designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa and the whole family consists of 8 weights from ExtraLight to Heavy. […]

Nanamee

  • Christmas Gift Box Vector
    Ring in the holidays with art that Jinglz! Jazz up all your graphic needs with this seasonal gift box design - it's festive, fun and timeless. […]

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March 25, 2009

YWFT Twitter Giveaway

YWFT Twitter Giveaway

We are on twitter and thought that this would be the best place to spread the love with random giveaways. This is the fastest way to find out about what is going on here. We post exclusive content, new work, thoughts, and other interesting content we think you will like. Add us here @youworkforthem To […]

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March 22, 2009

New Fonts!

New Fonts!

We’ve been working hard to produce some compelling new fonts. Here are the four most recent additions to our collection. Meet Matter, Merriam, Morricone, and Pineapple.

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March 10, 2009

Moire

We just finished a short film/edit using various clips from our stock motion collections titled Moire. Composed of patterns and hypnotic illusions, Moire may result in acid flashbacks from your teenage childhood or slight migraines when given to much concentration. Available in HD. Animation by YouWorkForThem Audio by Michael Madill

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March 2, 2009

Handset Bomb

Handset Bomb

Over the past few weeks we have launched some really nice handsets into the store. Many new ideas and experiments in the latest collections.

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February 18, 2009

Media Temple Saves the Day!

Media Temple Saves the Day!

I am sure some of you web nerds out there have heard of Media Temple. If you haven’t, well they are a super nice web hosting company, the company that hosts YouWorkForThem. We have been using them for around 7+ years now, and they have taken good care of us with our nagging and requests.  […]

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February 18, 2009

System Updates (Login Fix)

Lordy Lordy, sometimes things just take awhile. We FINALLY fixed the bug on our store when some users login and get a blank page. After much treasure digging, we found the culprit and the bug is fixed. Now when you login, you should be greeted by your cozy account page. Sorry for all the troubles, […]

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February 14, 2009

Books on sale, starting from 99 cents!

Books on sale, starting from 99 cents!

Today we put up more books on sale, one may have been what you were looking for. Some nice titles and more should be going up each week, so keep tuned. Books starting as low as 99 cents!

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February 1, 2009

Best YWFT Stock Art of 2008

Best YWFT Stock Art of 2008

In years past the Flourish and Grifter collections always came out on top of customer favorites. But 2008 was the year we saw a new face by the signature ‘T Minus 5’ conquer the sales with his royal and lush Regime drawings.

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February 1, 2009

Best YWFT Fonts of 2008

Best YWFT Fonts of 2008

YouWorkForThem has always been focused on Typography since day one. This year we spent a lot of time and energy on font development and commissioning new work, with big results. We premiered the idea of Hand-Set fonts, showing the world that typography is much more than what exists inside a font. Black Slabbath The Heaviest […]

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January 28, 2009

MORE BOOKS. on sale.

MORE BOOKS. on sale.

We just put up another page or two of books for sale. We now have three pages of books at the “nice price” that you just can’t resist. A couple of my favorites are the Hiroshi Tanabe, Gottfried Bohm, The Music Library, and Vaughan Oliver! Thanks and more books to come!

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January 18, 2009

ZINE4

ZINE4

We are proud to announce the release of ZINE4. This time around we used our new product line up Guilloche & Moire as the methods and medium of exploration.

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January 16, 2009

Guilloche & Moire

Guilloche & Moire

Our newest lineup of 2009 stock vectors, images and videos; Guilloche & Moire. Guilloche is an engraving technique in which a very precise intricate repetitive patterns or design is mechanically etched into an underlying material with very fine detail. Specifically, it involves a technique of engine turning, called guilloché in French after the French engineer “Guillot”, who invented a machine “that could scratch fine patterns and designs on metallic surfaces”. The machine improved upon the more time-consuming practice of making similar designs by hand, allowing for greater delicacy, precision, and closeness of the line, as well as greater speed.

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