Myanmar Aid from Typefaces?

Posted on June 26, 2008 Under Design

This past January, John Rambo (as portrayed by Sylvester Stallone), descended upon the borders of Myanmar to dole out "aid" in the form of explosions and plenty of collateral damage. Presently, that kind of "assistance" isn't going to be of…

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Stefan Sagmeister

Posted on June 20, 2008 Under Design

There is one sentence in the bio of Stefan Sagmeister that says both nothing and everything: "He has earned practically every important international design award." The bio does not continue on to list those awards, it just glides into other…

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Update: Karpa

Posted on June 9, 2008 Under Design

David Carvalho is up to more good. The Portugese artist and designer, also known as Karpa, wowed us back in December with his astonishing portfolio boasting works for clients such as Nike, Puma, and IdN magazine. We're pleased to report…

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Your Type of Tee?

Posted on April 16, 2008 Under Fashion

When it comes to getting some new sweet t-shirts, the folks at Progresswear know just the "type" you're looking for. Known for producing shirts with political messages or as they like to say "meaningful messages for thinking people", the socially…

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Neil Duerden: Site Update!

Posted on March 27, 2008 Under Design

In July, we told you about the stunning visual imagery being created by Modern English team member Neil Duerden for a range of diverse clients including Nike, Vespa, Vivienne Westwood, D&G, and others. Well, a lot has happened since then;…

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Crap Hound #7

Posted on March 6, 2008 Under Design

It's been a long time coming for Crap Hound. Sean Tejaratchi's seminal clip-art zine has lay dormant for nine years since the release of Crap Hound #6. That's okay, he's been busy with other things like this Lightboxing project. While…

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Lots of New Viction:ary!

Posted on March 5, 2008 Under Books

Favorite JS booksmith/art publisher Viction:ary has a few new titles that you won't find at your local Barnes & Noble, which are well worth your cash/credit spendage: Simply Material is a visual compendium of media to use as your canvas.…

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Reserves (rsrvs)

Posted on March 3, 2008 Under Design

If you feel that Helvetica isn't living up to its potential (cough, heathen, cough) and there's nothing new about Times New, typographical design site Reserves could be the graphic tool you're looking for. The site is the brainchild of Mike…

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Seat Down!

Posted on February 7, 2008 Under Design

Most pillows are there to make you more comfortable"¦or for someone to hit you in the face with. We prefer the former and it seems that Jack Crossing does, too. The pillow design, created by the third year graphic and…

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Design Police

Posted on January 15, 2008 Under Design

The visually-conscious (or sometimes visually obsessive) among us see it everywhere: bad color combos, heinous spacing, over-sized logos, and -- eww -- excessive use of bad typefaces. Now the design-minded have the means to take control"¦ if taking control means…

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