Archive for February, 2011
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Ryan McGovern Chats with Terry Marks

Ryan McGovern chats with Terry Marks, founder of TMARKS from Seattle who shares his valuable insight on the business of design. Terry discusses what it's like starting a business, what keeps him going and why good design is so important.

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02
18
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Valentine Antidote: Skull-A-Day

Make Something Every Day and Change Your Life. That’s the seductive tagline for designer Noah Scalin’s latest book, 365: A Daily Creativity Journal — and it’s also his personal mantra. After making stuff like Sushi Skull every day for a year, Noah Scalin launched his own line of skull tshirts, posters, buttons and more. They’re available at Skull-a-Day. ...

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02
11
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Stay Little Valentine Stay

Have you considered a letter press or silk screened Valentine's Day card for your sweet thang? Let these fine examples inspire you to find one that expresses your true feelings for her or him... or your passion for the craft and art of fine graphic design if that's where your heart is. Soooo.... Stay Little Valentine, Stay... Each Day Is Valentine's Day.

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02
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“Print & Paper Doth Oft Proclaim the Piece,” Sayeth Design Army

What is the true power of paper? Well, to begin with paper covers the rock of plain, dull and vanilla. Design Army of Washington, DC sought to prove paper's power through color, texture and performance in print. Its newest promo celebrates the powerful punch CLASSIC® Papers can add to your promotional piece. Why be plaid when you can be plaid, paisley, herringbone, ...

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LustVictore
02
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Victore’s Lust: An International Tale of Love and Intrigue

Champagne from Moët & Chandon? Chocolate from Scharffen Berger? Valentines cards from Heather Parlato? How about the new book out from Rockport Publishers originated, designed and edited by the [EXPLETIVE DELETED] provocateur known as James Victore? Make your design sweetie swoon and get them this for Valentines Day.

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