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Los Rosales A beautiful, weird, gritty stop-motion animated short by my good friend Daniel Ferreira. Done while he was at Fabrica.
Cordito Keep all of your cords and phone accessories in one fancy, rolled up package. More → Focus Shifter A handle for smooth shifts in focus and a marker board for planning your route More → The Poppy
As you may have noticed, activity on Art Sponge has slowed down over the past few weeks (months?) and the reason for that is simply a lack of effort on my part, faced with other growing priorities and parallel personal projects. Letting the blog die however has never been an option I’ve considered though, and I do intend on reviving things here in some form or another—I just need some help. Without going into many details about how I envision the future of Art Sponge I’d like to make an open call to any Berlin-based creatives interested in working with me to provide new content for the blog. I’m very open to new ideas and would love to discuss new ways of developing this blog!
Geogrotesque Stencil is the newest member of the popular Geogrotesque family, it has been thought as a display typeface, but it goes one step further and tries to solve some of the typical problems of stencils fonts. Most stencil fonts don't have a wide range of weights, Geogrotesque Stencil has a range of 7 weights. Another characteristic of this type of fonts is that the cut usually does not adapt well to the size or the use of different materials, generally it has a wide cut that works well in small sizes but in larger sizes is not very elegant, on the other hand a thin cut does not work in small sizes and affects the reading. Geogrotesque Stencil tries to solve these problems with 3 levels of cut (A, B and C). The thin cut (version A) matches the stem width of the Thin weight, in version B is twice as wide and in the version C is three times more wide. Geogrotesque Stencil | Emtype Foundry
Interview With Khajag Apelian“Type Design Is Not Only About Drawing Letters” Having started his career studying under some of the best typographic minds in the world, Khajag Apelian not only is a talented type and graphic designer, unsurprisingly, but also counts Disney as a client, as well as a number of local and not-for-profit organizations throughout the Middle East. Even more impressive is Khajag’s willingness to take on work that most people would find too challenging. Designing a quality typeface is a daunting task when it’s only in the Latin alphabet.
With a hands on approach Ziesche Modern Apothecary is an exceptional bath and body products by Sherri Ziesche and designed by Noise 13. Click to read more Hovard recently launched Hudson Made Scullery Soap. A locally harvested soap made from all natural ingredients.
Type Supply is thrilled to introduce Marigny, a casual typeface drawn with serious typography in mind. The family combines the warmth of handwriting, the confidence of lettering and the functionality of typography into one package. It is distinctively legible at small sizes and lovingly distinctive at large sizes.
2014 RIBA Research Trust Awards Brandimage Creates New Cards for Europcar Privilege ProgramEuropcar is extending its loyalty program to include new advantages and is launching a new "Elite VIP" category to reward its most loyal customers. Earthquakes: How Well Are We PreparedThe Center for Architecture will host a panel discussion, titled, "Earthquakes How well are we prepared," on March 24. Michael Graves: A Case for Humanistic Solutions in Healthcare DesignThe New York School of Interior Design will host Michael Graves on March 26.
This week’s radio show was a reader request: tips for beating procrastination and being more productive. I think it’s safe to say that all of us struggle with productivity, time-management and procrastination at one point or another. While most of us know how to “get things done” in the deadline sense of the of the word, most us also want to find a way to avoid those last-minute situations and get work done on a schedule that feels calmer and more in control. I used to be a master of procrastination, but lately I feel proud of being able to push through that feeling a bit more often and get things done bit by bit. I also feel like I’ve gotten better at getting to the bottom of why I’m procrastinating about something, so I can work through those feelings and finish the job. I think the key for all of these work productivity problems is finding what works best for you, right now.
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All designs take root in the same precept: what you see is what you get. In this sense, there are two equally important paths of conveying a message to the audience. This is why designers go to great lengths to secure both gorgeous design, and attractive content.
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James Clair Flood Mansion (now Pacific Union Club), 1000 California Street, San Francisco. Built 1885-86; Augustus Laver, architect. Reputed cost of about $1 million. Flood died 1889; Mrs. Flood, 1897. Descendants occupied until fire of 1906 gutted interior.
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