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March 5, 2014

Poster of the Week: Lure Design

Designer: Jeff Matz / Lure Design Client: Enzian Theater Size: 18 x 24 inches Print process: Screenprint Number of inks: 2 colors "I was pretty psyched to work on the Kill Bill Vol.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Layouts, Self-Promotion, Type

March 3, 2014

Playing With Type: Modular Alphabets

Experimenting with type by creating it from a single geometric element is a great introduction for learning about the structure of letterforms.

Topics: Topics: Professional Development, Self-Promotion, Type

February 24, 2014

Logophiles: Joe Bosack

Joe Bosack's work first grabbed my attention a few years back when I was doing visual research in the initial phase of designing 12 mascots for a new local Arizona school district.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Professional Development, Profiles, Type

February 18, 2014

Column Grids: Learn to Line it Up

An essential component of print and web design is perfectly aligned text.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Layouts, Type

February 10, 2014

Overlooked: Typographic Relationships

Long before the design world was rocked in early 2014 by the news that the love was lost and Hoefler & Frere-Jones were breaking up, another superstar typographic duo had, quite literally, thrown it all away.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Design Reference, Packaging, Product Design, Profiles, Random, Type

February 6, 2014

Playing With Type: Love for Sale

Annica Lydenberg is the chief creative at Dirty Bandits.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Profiles, Type

January 30, 2014

Creatively Curious: The "el" Problem

No software is ever perfect, but some are definitely created better than others.

Topics: Topics: Professional Development, Studio Secrets, Type