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    Strima is a geometric sans serif typeface that stands for minimalism and legibility. […]

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Helvetica Botox

A designer named Joe Bauldoff has posted images from a promotional publication from the 80′s. It’s an attempt to streamline and improve our much celebrated Helvetica. There are definately improvements here in the construction as well as white space. But I don’t think “good” is the main charm of Helvetica. Anyways… meet Haas Unica. (Thanks […]

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MA brings the world to Atlanta

Atlanta, GA? Not the hotbed for progressive culture and design we would like it to be. Yet. MA has set out to bring the world to Atlanta and Atlanta to the world. Check out the MA website and come out for the Home Tour.

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Ondrej Jób

Ondrej Jób studies in Slovakia and Denmark. Keep an eye out.

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Siggi Oddsson

Although there is obvious inspiration, not to be confused with Siggi Eggertsson. This Siggi (Icelandic nickname for Sigurður) recently graduated from the Iceland Academy of Arts. Check him.

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While somewhat in the genre of todays “hipster” drawing style, the work of Josh Kenyon is still mega hot.

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Rishaug & Watz – concert at Generator.x 2.0: Audiovisual during Club Transmediale 2008.

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Our long time buddy and the master of oddities in line work, Lance Sells, has posted some new work (+ minimal site update) over at his personal site Normal Natural.

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Architecture is a Strange Industry

Its really quite odd (and ridiculous) what actually gets press in Architecture, seriously. I am starting to see a trend with the press reporting on these hideous concepts and actual projects going up (or floating) in Dubai. For example, this latest project was posted on Gizmodo, but originally on NPR. I mean, yeah the floating […]

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