Archive for November, 2009
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Design Army: Wonderland for The Washington Ballet

Conceived of and designed by Design Army of Washington DC, breathtaking in scope and content, Wonderland was created to benefit The Washington Ballet 9TWB) on the occasion of its 10th Anniversary. The book features sometimes beautiful, sometimes haunting, always riveting images of prominent TWB performers, past and present, surrounded by some of Washington’s ...

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Steve Gordon-Rdqlus Creative
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Twitterview with Word Genius Steve Gordon of Rdqlus Creative

Against The Grain We’re here on Twitter with @rdqlus_creative’s mad word genius Steve Gordon…ready to talk design and other stuff, Steve? Rdqlus Creative I’m up n here! Against The Grain First things first, where does the RDQLUS name come from? Rdqlus Creative It was my phrase n college, said n ref 2 evrythng + it […]

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Paul Sahre’s Type Director’s Club Poster: Simplicity

Paul Sahre is an author, teacher and designer who works out of a small studio nestled between a Dunkin Donut shop and a Driving School near the corner of 6th Avenue and 14th Street. Sahre’s intelligent designs and op-art appear frequently in the New York Times. Sahre is a man of few words. And when he utters them, he makes them count. Witness that in this brief ...

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Annual Reporting is Beach Reading

Working with colleagues Richard Colbourne, Michelle Steg Faranda and Eliott Saltzman, design director Jason Miller teamed up with Neenah to create their report on the trends in annual reporting. The poster ships inside a sample package containing four model annual reports. The kit showcases the versatility and uncommon beauty of CLASSIC Linen. Says Miller, “Addison ...

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