Posts Tagged ‘design’

If you liked the film Helvetica, which was a documentary directed by Gary Hustwit about a very popular typeface, then chances are you going to like his newest film, Objectified. It’s a new documentary about industrial design, which gives a behind the scenes look at the designers who create everything from toothbrushes to tech gadgets. […]


My work didn’t participate 2 months ago in The Great Southern California Shakeout, but I wish they would have. In anticipation of “Big One” that’s supposedly “overdue” here in California, Alicia and I put together an emergency kit with food and supplies, just in case. So below is a piece that promoted that statewide drill. It was developed […]


Minimalist, modernist, grid and typographic lovin Aisle One dropped a new resource thegridsystem.org. The site contains links to articles, tools, books, templates and a bunch of other sweet stuff. Simply put it’s a great resource site on all things grid system related. I have several grid books and I can personally say that this is […]


I was scanning through some of Kyle Poff’s work on flickr and wanted to share. He has some clever logos and nice packaging. 


I’m a sucker for good well thought out type, especially when it’s letter pressed or 3D. So it’s no surprise that I would be fond of the work of Craig Ward of WordsorPictures.com. Hopefully one day I’ll be able to do some letter pressed stuff. As for 3D I’m slowly trying to learn Maxon Cinema […]


HERE you can find a list of the best company rebrandings for 2008 . Some of these logos are super lame (*cough “Animal Planet”) but others are right on the money. My personal faves include: