Monthly Archives: July 2014

typography you can dance to

Tibor Kalman, and his graphic design firm M & Co, made type dance in this 1988 music video for the Talking Heads song (Nothing But) Flowers From 1990 to 1995, Kalman was the founding editor-in-chief of the Benetton-sponsored Colors magazine

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Did you ever want to create your own magazine? Magcloud can help!

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set in stone

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“holy logos, batman!”

Did you observe “National Batman Day” this week? Enjoy these Batman logos, and their subtle evolution through the years.

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get the look!

I’ve seen many columns & videos that promise to help you “get the (magazine) cover look”, but this is the first one I’ve seen for a 50-year-old cover. I love it!

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“all the news that fits we print”

Read about the latest publishing technology: paper.

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spoiler alert?

Picked up Entertainment Weekly magazine’s exclusive first look at the movie Avengers Age of Ultron. It was great, but I think they gave so much away!

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costumes for captain action

I told you these guys are awesome!

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industrial strength

Is any thing more industrial than condensed san serif caps?

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all’s fair

Enjoyed the book, Tomorrow-Land: The 1964-65 World’s Fair and the Transformation of America by Joseph Tirella. It examines the ’64 World’s Fair as a part of, rather than apart from, the larger historical context of the 60’s: politics, pop art,

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