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    Wim Crouwel

    A Graphic Odyssey

    "Published to celebrate the major retrospective at the Design Museum in London, this book presents the work of a graphic titan."

    I am a HUGE fan of Mr. Crouwel's work. I will be purchasing this book.

    Posted on Apr 05, '11 by Alex Fuller | Share this Post | Permalink | 3 comments

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    Zanksy

    Illustration

    Really digging the illustration work of Sao Paulo artist Zansky. Makes me want to travel there even more now.

    Posted on Apr 04, '11 by Rod Hunting | Share this Post | Permalink | 3 comments

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    Brand New Awards

    Deadline Extended

    Armin from Under Consideration just extended their Brand New Awards. The deadline for entries is now Wednesday, April 6th. They are calling all identity work, big and small, produced during 2010. Winners will have their work published in both a hard bound and iPad edition!

    Posted on Apr 04, '11 by Sam Rosen | Share this Post | Permalink | 7 comments

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    Bruce Lee Nunchucks Ping-Pong

    Weird Video Friday

    Think you can ping the pong? Next time try it with nunchucks; and while you're at it, tell failure I said hay.

    Bruce Lee would kick Chuck Norris' ass any day of the week. You heard it here first.

    Posted on Apr 01, '11 by James Ewert | Share this Post | Permalink | 7 comments

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    Leslie Weibeler

    comics

    Leslie Weibeler, one of my favorite local artists, is up to something great involving some characters named Fergus and Leona. If George Herriman's brain was transplanted into Kandinsky's body this might be the result. See more on her flickr account.

    Posted on Apr 01, '11 by Joe Tallarico | Share this Post | Permalink | 4 comments

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    Maddison

    Maddison Graphic, a small design studio formed by brothers Edward and Alfie Maddison based in Ely, Cambridgeshire is wicked. The design work is smart and the illustration is fun! Check it.

    Posted on Apr 01, '11 by Alex Fuller | Share this Post | Permalink | 5 comments

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    Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

    by Hort

    Behold, the new identity of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation designed by Hort. Arial Black and a fresh cut of Courier are interesting type choices. It kinda feels right when you get into it. Check it.

    Posted on Apr 01, '11 by Alex Fuller | Share this Post | Permalink | 2 comments

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    Airplane Prints!

    Are Finally Available

    I think take offs and landings are the worst part of the flight, but it's about the only time during the flight that you're not thinking about how small your seat is.

    Commuter, Airplane 1, Airplane 2, Airplane 3, Airplane 4

    Posted on Mar 31, '11 by Rod Hunting | Share this Post | Permalink | 5 comments

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    Save Me From Myself

    Nancy Rosen's Spring Sale

    My lovely real life mother is once again having a spring sale this weekend. She needs to make room for new work so she is clearing out many nice pieces and unique odds and ends spilled on to paper, fabric, wood and ceramics. It's a great chance to find some great art and gifts at amazing prices. I should be hanging around most of Sunday, hope to see you there!

    April 2 + 3, 10AM to 7PM
    7004 N. California, Chicago
    847 867 3263

    Check out some of her work online!

    Posted on Mar 31, '11 by Sam Rosen | Share this Post | Permalink | 2 comments

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    Send Art School Girl to Art Camp

    One of our dearest and most talented friends Art School Girl recently learned that one of her favorite artists was hosting an art camp in her hometown of Gothenburg Sweden. Since then she has launched a Kickstarter project to fulfill one of her dreams and send her to Sweden to work with Camilla Engman, artist extraordinaire.

    She's got 4 days left and she is so close. Let's help put her over the edge

    Posted on Mar 31, '11 by Sam Rosen | Share this Post | Permalink | 7 comments