Archive for February, 2010

Kim Høltermand: Prism & Gravel Pit

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Kim Høltermand: Prism & Gravel Pit

Kim Høltermand recently posted two new sets of photos, one called Prisms, and the other Gravel Pit. Always stunning.

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February 27, 2010

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Curated, Photography

Hulger Phone Sex

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Hulger Phone Sex

In contemporary design, we seem to be moving backwards in order to move forward. We live in a decade that is constantly seeking inspiration from the past, and Hulger phones certainly represents that idea.

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February 26, 2010

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Curated, Design, Industrial Design

Herb & Dorothy

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Herb & Dorothy

Herb & Dorothy is the incredible true story of a postal worker and a librarian who built a world-class art collection.

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February 22, 2010

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Art, Culture, Film

The Pictograms of Gerd Arntz

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The Pictograms of Gerd Arntz

Gerd Arntz (1900 - 1988) was a German Modernist artist and activist inspired by social and political issues. During the span of his career, Arntz designed around 4000 pictograms symbolizing key data from industry, demographics, politics and economy f [...]

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February 9, 2010

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Artists, Bauhaus, Modernism

Up Ahead on the ColorBlog

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Up Ahead on the ColorBlog

There have been many things we've been meaning to do since our re-launch. Here's a quick look at what's up ahead for Colorcubic.

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February 7, 2010

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News, Site Updates

Scout Books

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Scout Books

On Tuesday, Scout Books launched their new website which includes an online shop, blog, and the option to make your own pocket notebooks.

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February 4, 2010

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Culture, Design, Notebooks

The book: Helvetica & the NYC Subway

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The book: Helvetica & the NYC Subway

You might remember the amazingly awesome and in-depth essay that Paul Shaw wrote about The (Mostly) True Story of Helvetica and the New York City Subway in late 2008 for AIGA Voice. Well, now it's in book form.

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February 2, 2010

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Books, Culture, Typography

c86 (Matt Lyon) Interview

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c86 (Matt Lyon) Interview

Matt Lyon is a UK-based graphic artist who designs under the moniker, c86. His inspirations range from "folk art, fine art and illustration. Current work explores line, colour, pattern and shape... often using reoccurring motifs..."

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February 1, 2010

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Artists, Curated, Illustrations