She shoots with everything from Polaroids to laptops to disposable cameras. Her photos are a hot dose of narcissism. Here’s native Swede and Paris resident Lina Scheynius.
You know how you wait and wait for something, maybe an anticipated movie or an album to come out? And then when it does it isn’t what you expected, maybe it disappoints you. Well, this is never the case with Geoff’s work. As always, brilliant ideas and visual puns executed thoroughly.
Go have a look.
And, check out Two Lines Align: Ed Fella & Geoff McFetridge. I think everyone in our office wants to purchase that one.
We are proud to present ZINETWO, the second PDF release from our design team. Once again helping to show many unique examples of how to work with our fonts and stock art collections. Each image is tagged with the products used so that you, our beloved customer, can be directed easily to the appropriate product(s).
Thinking for a Living has a new site, you may want to spend some time to look through it. I wanted to look more but i only scratched the surface on the amazing goodness contained. Highly recommended.
Public Collectors consists of informal agreements where collectors allow the contents of their collection to be published and permit those who are curious to directly experience the objects in person. Participants must be willing to type up an inventory of their collection, provide a means of contact and share their collection with the public. Collectors can be based in any geographic location. The purpose of this project is for large collections of materials to become accessible so that knowledge, ideas and expertise can be freely shared and exchanged.
In addition to hosting collection inventories and other information, www.publiccollectors.org includes digital collections that are suitable for web presentation, do not have a physical material analog, or are difficult or impossible to experience otherwise. These photos from one of the digital collections on the site show a sampling of face painting options at about five different vendor booths in Mexico City. My personal favorite…Pirata!
Found a collection of cigarette cards at the digital gallery of NY Public Library. I really like the proportions and the symbols for each armed forces division.
To promote our new OpenType font, Neighborhood, I hand-painted these little cards to send out to 9 lucky customers that purchase the font. I thought about baking a few casseroles but then I remembered we use UPS to ship and that might get a little too messy. So, these cards will have to do. If one of these should show up in an envelope, you will know that the designers at YWFT greatly appreciate your support and purchases of our quality typefaces and stock art.
Watch Video – We understand many of you out there already have endless ideas and methods for using our stock imagery/vectors. But at the same time, we know there are some people out there that ask, what can you exactly do with these products you sell? Well, the options are endless and reach from print to web to video to anything really (tattoo anyone?). In this video we will show you how you can take a handset font, compose your own type layout in Adobe Illustrator, then paste into Adobe Photoshop and give it a whole new texture and depth using an Escapism image collection.