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Art by Steve Greene, who uses pages from supply catalogs in his collages: bit.ly/1stV854 pic.twitter.com/I7k2Z58LyG
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Everyone is not a designer: "Handing over design work to a novice is an easy way to sort of get yourself in trouble." dogroup.co/1xMdSBg
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The day has come: Full-size reissue of the NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual available exclusively through @kickstarter kck.st/WStthH
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"His response was simplicity, universality, and humanity." Five things we can learn from Paul Rand today fastcocreate.com/3035327/5-time…
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Don't Take Pictures Issue 3: Featuring John Foster on collecting the vernacular (p 44) issuu.com/donttakepictur… via @issuu
The Reading archives also yielded this photo of me at work: pic.twitter.com/5rdFj6MQKx
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Should graphic designers take a lead from Joycean lyricism? dogroup.co/1xCJvgL
The Sydney Morning Herald puts — gasp — Comic Sans on the front page of its classic newspaper. #Firstworldfontproblem dogroup.co/1weENkS
A house may not always be a home but it is an iconic shape. A gallery. dogroup.co/1ojyhnG
A legendary Picasso was moved this weekend: dogroup.co/1xxJr1z. Back in 1945 a sailor interviewed the artist: dogroup.co/1rwFoOd
And on the subject of Incredible India, a meticulously presented selection of Indian newspaper nameplates, on Flickr: dogroup.co/1nxHnwT
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In @frieze_magazine: frieze.com/issue/article/… On four new independent magazines by Elizabeth Glickfeld, who is starting her own! Why print?
Jessica Helfand's modern (twitter-length! abbreviated!) translation of the inscription above the Trocadero, in Paris. @ParisOneForty
We all create as we breathe, but artists feels themselves creating, actions all-involving, pain a source of strength. pic.twitter.com/Tm865I1Vto
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Stunning photographs of the Portuguese Man-of War: A gallery. dogroup.co/1o6TOj8
Delighted to announce our new partnership with Blurb and will share projects as they happen. Meantime: look at this: unbindingthebook.com
Steven Heller remembers Mildred Friedman, who passed away late Wednesday. dogroup.co/1r8HY9j
Most of the time, when you ask an artist about the meaning of their work, all you get is underwear. dogroup.co/1rwFoOd
Is this the future of online design? Feedback generated design! Just tell the Guardian what you want to change … bit.ly/1lJkHOY
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The façade of just another building on the Rue Montmartre — once headquarters to an evening paper. Before news feeds. pic.twitter.com/MpDNpeaXls
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True, we're a pretty distributed virtual company, but maybe this is the future world headquarters for @DesignObserver ? @ParisOneForty
That Louise Fili is a designer of spectacular talent is, of course, well-known. dogroup.co/1r1tsA5
We're excited to be attending #hopdesignfest today (and tomorrow)!
Spectacular 3D work from a young designer in Tel Aviv — makes me want to start reviewing clothing on @DesignObserver. noaraviv.com/graduate-colle…
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LSU's Coastal Sustainability Studio needs a Design Fellow/Research Associate. More: designobserver.com/jobs/#job_id=5…
Tracking the Locations of J.G. Ballard's Super-Cannes. By Rick Poynor dogroup.co/1rgimuR
William Drenttel collected everything could get his hands on regarding the design and execution of the periodi... dogroup.co/1x6w4oQ
Gargoyles as emoticons — all carved into the same facade on Avenue Paul Doumer in the 16th. But no flying buttresses. pic.twitter.com/WpsUhxbiPs
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A timelapse reconstruction of all the events in Hitchcock's Rear Window in just under 3 min, via @donaldbierut vimeo.com/37120554
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Hand-painted postcards from WWI sent home in 1915-16 by 23YO German soldier Otto Schubert: dogroup.co/1qLvJTB |
"A formula for civic identity on the cheap." The not-so-happy aftermath of Deborah Sussman's 84 Olympics theguardian.com/artanddesign/a…
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Savvy, aticulate critique on corporate identity from a five-year old. Though I'd be worried if I was Jaguar. Or Puma. dogroup.co/1vYFJJY
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Music billboards from the Sunset Strip – so much better than internet banners bit.ly/Z0so9a
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The tiny graphics team at The Onion pumps out "absurd scenes and photos that look like bad stock art?" bit.ly/1tsl0gX
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Internet prank ended with storming of office in Colorado by heavily-armed SWAT police. It was livestreamed bit.ly/1qmoi45
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At first glance, a foreigner might take these for non-stop sardines. But in fact, they are "arête" — yes, boneless. pic.twitter.com/kodir7PxVA
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Today on Jessica Helfand @ParisOneForty : non-stop sardines! Actually, just boneless sardines. But with exquisite typography nonetheless.
Lee Friedlander's mirrors obscure as much as they reveal, often comically so. dogroup.co/1vr7SMk