Monthly Archives: February 2016

typeballs

more from the exhibit “Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York” at the NY Historical Society: In 1961 IBM released the Selectric Typewriter. For the first time, typists were able to change their typeface, by switching out the little 2-inch typeball (or “golfball.”)

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Posted in 60's, architecture, design, technology, typography

comic book club

Enjoyed a fun, thoroughly geek-y, evening at the Comic Book Club, the weekly live talk show about comics books at the Pit Loft, nyc. The “club” interviewed Charles Soule, prolific writer of comics like: Level 44, the new Daredevil, and Obi-Wan and Anakin, an all-new comic set between

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Posted in comic books, movies

new work!

new Weight Watchers magazine! full credits and more work here my silly Tumblr here my CV here

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Posted in creative direction, magazines

“good design is good business”

Those are the words of Thomas J. Watson, chairman and CEO of pioneering computer company IBM from 1914 to 1956. I thoroughly enjoyed the exhibit “Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York” at the NY Historical Society, including these wonderful examples of

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Posted in 50's, design