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    This font is influenced by Walbaum. However, I did not just trace the design, but sort of had the image in my head while I drew the letters. This font is balanced by not being entirely Walbaum, but st […]

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Skimmer

I love posting this application, just after my Google cannot design rant. It makes me love, really love when designers ‘design’ applications, and not engineers and programmers. In this case it was created and designed by mega agency Fallon.   This little beauty called Skimmer is an application to help you manage all your time […]

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ALKI1

This isn’t the first time I have posted this, and I expect not my last either. But ALK1′s Flickr stream is for sure one of the strongest documenting American, English and European Graphic Design history on Flickr. I really enjoyed her recent post of her late husbands archives from before there was a proper Helvetica […]

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In The Year 2000

What an amazing set of illustrations and drawings at the ‘In The Year 2000‘ photoset on Flickr. Not to be missed, browse this nice collection and check some of the credits and history behind some of these illustrations. Very Inspiring and these will always leave you with what a let down of what didn’t happen, […]

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Library of Congress on Flickr!

Oh yes, The monstrous Library of Congress has entered the Flickr realm, better late than never my friends. Maybe your asking, but just what is the LOC? From the source itself, “We serve as the national library for the United States, based in Washington, DC. With more than 134 million items preserved on some 530 […]

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A collection of strange and zany

If there is a god, her name is flickr. Here’s our latest find of vintage goodies to plow through. Thanks to the French Pita ou Franck for the collection.

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Jay Parkinson is an Doctor & Photographer. His methods of medical practice are also very modern, interesting approach for sure. Does it get anymore random that that? He has a nice collection of work on Flickr too.

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Canadian photographer Hamish Grant found a treasure of mid-century posters and is now sharing.

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