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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. […]

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The mysteriously magic marker work of San Francisco illustrator, Scott Barry (Sacred Mtn.). Purchase his So Long Sister Moon zine at Nieves when it becomes available again. Or in the meantime, catch more work at Sacred Mtn. or Birdstand.

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Saturday

London-based agency Saturday is doing some beautiful high-end work.

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Bangers and Splash

Apparently they just wanted a shot of the beer splashing a bit as the mugs hit. Didn’t expect the entire thing to shatter. Another reason why I love flickr.

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“A contemporary grotesque ornamental typeface inspired by ‘The Unfinished Body’ – a quote taken from Mikhail Bakhtin. The alphabet compares our with medieval folk culture where life and death was the same thing and always happened simultaneously. Bakhtin argues that the grotesque ornament was the ultimate symbol for this where human, animal and plant form […]

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Ken Meier

Ken Meier‘s work is typographic-based and pretty amazing. Simple type, done right.

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Scriptographer

Scriptographer is a scripting plugin for Adobe Illustratorâ„¢. It gives the user the possibility to extend Illustrator’s functionality by the use of the JavaScript language.The user is no longer limited to the same tools that are used by most graphic designers around the globe. Scriptographer allows the creation of mouse controlled drawing-tools, effects that modify […]

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My last music post for the day? Probably. The Sleevage site keeps coming with wonderful work to check out in the field of music. A for sure bookmark.

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Greetings.. thanks for having me. I hope to add to the discussion! If you are in NYC this coming week, come out to our Holiday Party and say hi.

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Grain Edit

K, I have been holding onto this link for too long. My friend and hall-mate, Mike Davis, told me about some type blog a couple of months ago and you know where I went. Right over to Grain Edit, where they talk about good things like typography books from the 60′s and all. The Erik […]

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