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  • Nautical Anchors
    This set of hand-illustrated nautical anchor silhouettes was originally hand drawn with a pencil, the old fashioned way. The result is a natural hand crafted feel to the anchors. […]

Nanamee

  • Walls Image by Lauren Sch
    Background drips, strokes, and splatters add a complex gritty feel to any project. This image adds a raw, feel for any modern urban dweller. Can't beat the street! […]

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Muck - Behind the Scenes

Here at YouWorkForThem we take some extra steps to bring you very unique stock art and fonts. We once filmed small fish and sea animals from Thailand to create these stock videos. Our recent handset font, Muck, was created using a process many people know already, screen printing.

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OFFF 09

The always amazing OFFF Festival will be holding its event again next year in Lisbon from May 7-9. If you have never been, you really should go check it out. Offf is by far one of the best events, covering many digital mediums of artistic expression This year record label Raster Norton will be there as well with performing artists.

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Reason #4124 why I love Uniqlo: Human Vending Machines

As if Reason #4123 Uniqlock wasn’t enough, my favorite fashion brand has gone even further by giving away FREE clothes in NYC this November by way of Human Vending Machines! A Uniqlo rep describes it as such, “Basically we’re going to have two mimes. A male and a female mime inside the machine. And the […]

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The Hidden Cost of War (Matt Owens)

Mister Owens has a new video on his site, The Hidden Cost of War. “Volumeone worked with Good Magazine to develop this motion piece on the 3 Trillion Dollar Iraq War for the Transparency section of their new website. The overall concept of a diagrammatic “War Machine” takes the viewer through the ten stages of […]

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The Evolution of National Flags

Did you know that the current US flag was designed by a high school student for a class project? (He got a B, though his teacher changed it to an A after Congress accepted it as the national flag!). Did you know that the Libyan flag is green (and nothing but green) or that the precursor to the Philippines flag had a Jolly Roger?

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Buy Stash, Get Free Stash!

We’re giving away 20 random Stash DVDs to the first 20 people with a Stash DVD in their order. Promotion ends after the 20th order. Shop Stash!

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Netflix (coming to mac)

I left America about two years ago and lost a few ‘American Luxuries’ in that process. Part of that moved involved switching to Mac and giving up my Netflix account. Yeah, I could watch Netflix online in Windows running bootcamp, but that’s no fun. I use bootcamp when I work in 3d, and then I’m […]

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Shining, Shimmering, Splendid!

So what happened was… Lance Clark from Clarks Shoes UK thought that the company courtyard was a little dull. So he called ROSO to see what they could come up with. And then Arch Daily wrote a really great little post about it that you can read and see more at over here.

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Spanning Time with Robert Rainey

Robert Rainey is currently a mfa candidate in photography at the university of new mexico, albuquerque. Prior to his studies at unm he was awarded a graduate teaching fellowship at virginia commonwealth university. Rainey has recently left the corporate world of marketing, having served as senior vp of marketing at redenvelope and vp of creative […]

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