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Archive April, 2011

Bruce Davidson: Outside Inside

Posted April 28, 2011

Bruce Davidson: Outside Inside

I just picked up photographer Bruce Davidson’s limited edition Outside Inside. Its three volumes contain 944 pages and 834 photos, many of them unseen until now. Can’t wait to get it (I picked it up on Amazon – way cheaper). Thanks to Biscuit Filmworks for the tip.

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The 20 Top Logos of All Time

Posted April 28, 2011

The 20 Top Logos of All Time

I’m happy I just renewed my subscription to Creative Review, as their The Top 20 Logos of All Time issue is on its way to me. As part of their research for the issue, Creative Review asked various writers and designers to nominate their favourites. The first batch of those is on the Creative Review site. More are to follow. I’m happy to see the CN (Canadian Nation Railway) logo in the mix. It’s good.

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Willy the Tourist

Posted April 27, 2011

Willy the Tourist

Here’s a funny spot with a good message from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners and directed by Luciana Jordao at Seagulls Fly.

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Nice Chair

Posted April 26, 2011

Nice Chair

Here’s a nice spot by Johnny Kelly at Nexus for the Vitra Tip Ton Chair. Thanks to Hesty Reps for the link.

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Introducing Loose Leaf

Posted April 26, 2011

Introducing Loose Leaf

Loose Leaf is a hybrid format of publication and limited edition print series. It exists in the form of a collection of unbound and large-format printed art works. Published twice a year, Loose Leaf intends to present images in a physical, livable form, a distinct departure from the online consumption of visual material that pervades our lives.

Each edition comes packaged ready to be installed, not stored. Leaves are hole-punched for placement on a wall with small pushpins. Its unbound format allows the viewer to edit, select, and reshuffle images on an ongoing basis.

Loose Leaf samples from a specific context, but introduces the new and unexpected. Every edition shifts and centers around a loose idea rather than a definitive theme.

Conceived and curated by San Francisco design studio Manual, Loose Leaf is a collaborative effort. Each edition features newly commissioned works by artists, designers, photographers, illustrators, and writers that have caught the attention of the studio.

Great gift for the art director or designer in your life. Scooped from Creative Review.

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Babies Inside

Posted April 26, 2011

Babies Inside

In case you have not seen this (started going around last week), here’s the latest from Georgie Greville & Geremy Jasper of LEGS for Evian via Euro RSCG. LOVE. Kisses to to GG & G.

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Happy Easter From Crush

Posted April 22, 2011

Happy Easter From Crush

Legend of the Golden Egg Warrior – some nunchucking-stop-motion-easter-bunny-goodness from my friends at Crush.

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Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Price

Posted April 21, 2011

Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Price

Hey Mad Men fans, here’s a nice collection of modern takes on what the Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Price logo would look like based on today’s agencies. It’s created by Freddy Samuel (of advertising/design goodness, among others) and friends. You can also submit your own design. Nice.

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Break the Style, Run the Street

Posted April 21, 2011

Break the Style, Run the Street

The latest from Sid Lee is this fun fashion-themed time waster with some great styling (and some not so great – bunnies on your feet that aren’t slippers?) For the adidas Originals Women’s SS11 campaign, stylists from nine fashion forward cities—Berlin, Tokyo, London, New York, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Milan, Stockholm and Hong Kong—compete city vs city challenges. You vote on who you think styled it best. Interesting fact, over 50% of my votes were not the popular choices.

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Game of Thrones

Posted April 20, 2011

Game of Thrones

I watched the premiere of this show on Sunday night. As the opening titles were playing I remember thinking to myself – “nice titles”. Well, here they are created by editor Angus Wall and Elastic. My inner geek enjoyed the show and I’ll watch it again this Sunday night. But, it did give me dreams of sword fighting. I’m a really good sword fighter. Who knew. Scooped from Stash.

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