If you’re in Minneapolis tonight, PB&J (Peter, Bjorn, and John) are playing a show with Chairlift at the Fine Line Music Cafe. This beautiful poster was screen printed by Mr. EMQUINN and features a YouWorkForThem typeface Augustus designed by Karl Frankowski. Buy a print at the show this evening.
Laurent Fétis is a busy guy. Fortunately, he had a few moments to answer some simple questions. We will be posting more exclusive, short interviews in this format soon , so please keep following.
My latest side project for Graphic Designers and creatives is called Buamai. The project is only few months old but we already have 3000 images blogged. As of today, we now gave a great new iPhone application to bring this content to you while you are mobile. The application was created to grab random images from our server to cure your boredom as well as inspire. Images found on our site are mainly of Graphic Design, Art and Architecture interest but with some random, strange images thrown in for variety. Use our website to cure boredom, find talented artists or for gathering inspiration.
Check out some great titles just marked down in price. Deals & Steals. And look out for this new font, Memoriam, from Canada Type.
As mentioned in our last post, it is the Thai new year here in Bangkok, known here as Songkran. We had a rough new year this time around, but the chaos has moved along and peace is with us now. In honor of the new year and an end to the chaos, we are happy to present…
We are coming back early from the Thai new year here at the Bangkok studio. Last week and today we posted a handful of new stock vector collections. A few classic themes like flourishes and frames in there, along with new topics and elements many of you might find useful.
A behind the scenes look at our new handset font, Michel. The letters were created by a wild, untamed river of ink carried by water’s movement across the page.
Four brand new IDEA Magazines just arrived in stock with some of the best content we’ve seen. For sure one of the greatest graphic design magazines around, grab the newest issues 329, 330, 332 and 333 today!
“Seeking political asylum, Ahmed Alsoudani left Iraq for the United States in 1999. His paintings and drawings reflect the troubled contemporary history of his home country, yet they belong to a tradition of painting depicting war and atrocity.”
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