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    An animation created and designed by Mario Verduzco, works great as a texture fill and or background for motion graphics. […]

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Sister is a small press run by Harsh and friends. It is a collection of small run art zines at a very limited amount. Very interesting idea and fascinated by it. I wish there were more images but I guess that is part of the deal, trust.

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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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In February of 2009 we got a call from Catherine Owens, the long time super creative director for the uber-famous band U2. Catherine came across our work and knew she found the team who could help with U2’s 2009 world tour (titled 360). After a quick stint of meetings in New York, we came back to the Bangkok studio and begin work for the following two months on numerous ideas.

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Since when did the goth kid in school get so cool? The work of Alexander Binder.

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Silencio is the selected works of Átila Meireles.

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Roanne Adams runs a multi-disciplinary design studio in NYC offering artful freshness, visual consistency and eco-friendly solutions.

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I just posted started to post a few high definition (HD1080) videos on Vimeo of our newest dvd release, The Interpretation. I will continue to post a few more chapters from the dvd (minus the audio) in which you get to see a rare level of the detail in our motion work, you can also […]

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80 Blog

Looks like there is a new typography blog on the block. Simply titled, 80. Some nice work on there already and worth a look and a bookmark.

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How do you want your stock vectors?

We are curious, would you like to shop for our stock vectors as single drawings or do you enjoy how we do it now as collections of 25 drawings? For example, iTunes allows you to buy single songs, or buy the entire album from a musician. Which method do you enjoy?

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