Archive for March, 2011
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Stefan Bucher: The Wounds of Love

Stefan Bucher's hilarious new book , You Deserve a Medal: Honors of the Path to True Love, was published a few weeks ago. It got a tad lost in the news of Doyald Young's passing. Doyald and Stefan were good friends and shared a similar, wickedly funny sense of humor. Need a laugh? Go get this book.

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The Language of Graphic Design by Richard Poulin

Book editor Emily Potts writes, "Richard Poulin is co-founder and design director of Poulin + Morris Inc., in New York City with his life and business partner, Doug Morris. He is charming and affable. I first met Poulin in person last fall at his studio. He had just finished writing and designing his first book for Rockport, titled The Language of Graphic Design. ...

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Green With Envy? Put Green Ideas to Action!

"Pretend you are standing in a landfill surrounded by the remains of many pretty things. How could you have prevented them from ending up there? Imagine the final destination of your print piece, you reverse engineer to incorporate sustainable materials and practices that reduce to zero the likelihood of any part of that piece ending up in the waste stream." ...

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Old, New, Borrowed, Blue: Spring Green Weddings!

Wedding season, 2011 has officially begun! Whether you are putting the final touches on an early Spring wedding or just getting into the swing of a Summer wedding, it’s that time of year where us wedding vendors live and breath the details. This is also the time where many brides can get carried away with last minute additions, dashing over budgets & forgetting ...

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Dream Tripping in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Have you ever won a nice vacation somewhere? Well, Sean Arian—to his astonishment—did. And now this Los Angeles attorney with a passion for the environment is hardcore environmental adventurer on Neenah Paper’s “Eco-Trip for Two” in Costa Rica and its miraculous Osa region. Mr. Arian was randomly selected from more than 5,000 entries in Neenah’s ...

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The Letterman: Doyald Young 1926-2011

Although legendary for thousands of fonts and logotypes that he contributed to the American visual landscape, Doyald Young regarded himself as a teacher, first and foremost. As he told The Dotted Line, “I firmly believe that if you have the gift for teaching, you must pass it on. As Woodrow Wilson said, ‘You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish ...

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