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  • Bookeyed Martin
    Huzzah for Bookeyed Martin, the much anticipated addition to the popular Bookeyed family. Upright & Strong he attracts eyes to his flashy serifs and ball terminals. […]

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  • Funkyback Pattern Vector
    Jazz up all your graphic needs with a Funkyback pattern, the perfect marriage of modern retro style. Take pleasure in creating your own masterpieces that enduce enjoyment. […]
September 27, 2009

Erik Natzke exhibit in Toronto

Erik Natzke exhibit in Toronto

All around nice guy, and super talented Erik Natzke is having a solo show in Toronto, starting today. If you are in the area, I am sure its well worth the visit. Details at Function13 or Facebook

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September 27, 2009

Thinking Space by Hi-Res!

Thinking Space by Hi-Res!

Typically I am not a fan of Flash websites anymore, but sometimes I change my mind. This new site, Thinking Space, designed by Hi-Res! changed my mind today, I like it. Very interesting interface and effect on the images.

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September 26, 2009

Dazed and Confused on Flickr

Dazed and Confused on Flickr

Did you know Dazed and Confused magazine was on Flickr? Well I didn’t, and that was a nice surprise. Its full of some very inspirational fashion imagery, but watch out for a little fluff and celebrity hoopla around the edges. Enjoy

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September 25, 2009

Making of The Shining

Came across this gem today, its well worth the 35 minute break from work to see this behind the scenes of Kubrick’s masterpiece. Jack Nicholson cracks me up when he is prepping for the scene where he bangs down the bathroom, quality.

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September 25, 2009

Monster Memories

Monster Memories

So halloween is next month, and I just found you one nice inspiration area for goblins, trolls, beasts, and other ghouls that you might want to draw. Check out Monster Memories for one large and strange archive of horror movie posters and more. Or you can always grab what you need from us, keyword Halloween.

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September 24, 2009

Network Osaka

Network Osaka

I have been following Network Osaka‘s work for the past year on Flickr, and the work continues to impress upon each new posting. Their work is very retro, but at the same time a unique and modern twist on type and overall communication. It is designers like this that I would love to see redesign […]

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September 24, 2009

Part & Parcel

Part & Parcel is a new studio from Brooklyn heavy hitters, Damien Correll and Garrett Morin.

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September 18, 2009

Keiichi Tanaami rules

Keiichi Tanaami rules

Worth checking out this interview with the master Japanese psychedelic artist Keiichi Tanaami. Did you know we have quite a few books featuring his work? Did you also know these books are at some really low prices? See for yourself: A Portrait of Keiichi Tanaami Keiichi Tanaami: Layers Blow Up 2: Keiichi Tanaami Keiichi Tanaami: […]

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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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September 9, 2009

It’s Nice That #2

It's Nice That #2

Looks like It’s Nice That Issue 2 has been printed and is for pre-order. 128 pages with four main features, seven interviews and 50 pages of select work. Looks very well done and nice to see time and effort into a publication.

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August 24, 2009

Lorem Ipsum Vade Mecum

Lorem Ipsum Vade Mecum

LOREM IPSUM VADE MECUM is a publication we’ve pieced together to provide our community with insightful content about typography and other design topics while utilizing our versatile font collection. LOREM includes articles from Design Assembly, Willi Kunz, Terese Elhard, Matt Desmond, Ryan Nelson and interviews with Gerard Unger and John Maeda. The compendium was designed […]

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August 21, 2009

For the Benefit of Others: Ambrose

For the Benefit of Others: Ambrose

A design and screen printing studio focused on mentoring students to produce excellent work for the benefit of others is the mission of Ambrose and I couldn’t be more excited about what they’re doing. This is what it’s all about in my opinion and I’m stoked there are people out there doing things like this. […]

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