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

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The Adorn Collection by Laura Worthington

What can be more lovely than a wedding, an intimate invitation, a gift from the heart? One whose presentation uses the warm and welcoming family of typefaces, Adorn. With a modern and sometimes quirky twist on the staid, almost corporate look of formal invitations, this family of lettering typefaces arms designers with a breathtakingly large […]

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Original Gangster: Mary Blair

If you’ve ever seen Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, or been to Disneyland then you’re already familiar with the work of Mary Blair. One of my favorite illustrators and a personal favorite of Mr. Disney check out a treasure trove of her illustrations here.

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Really enjoying the work over at Sacred Mtn. Again another artist emerging in this Folk Art meets Glaser style that seems to be all the rage right now in the illustration grass roots art scene. Also nice collection of photos showing work for their latest exhibit on Flickr.

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The Profile of Geoff McFetridge

What is your favorite project to date and why (2006)? I think maybe the titles I did for a Chocolate skateboards video years ago (1994-5?). It was one of the first things I ever did for them. I drew silhouettes of characters on the computer, then cut molds from the drawings. I then went to […]

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