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Colorcubic at Design Week Portland on Oct. 10

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Colorcubic at Design Week Portland on Oct. 10

We're really excited to be a part of this year's Design Week Portland, a platform that explores the process, craft, and practice of design across disciplines as seen through the lens of Portland’s most vibrant independent programming.

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October 4, 2013

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Honeywell: The Multics System Brochure, 1975

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Honeywell: The Multics System Brochure, 1975

Oh my god, Becky, look at the cover. This 1975 Honeywell cover is reminiscent of the classic Romek Marber Penguin covers that every designer has been, in recent years, reproducing like rabbits.

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March 14, 2012

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Design, Layout, Technology

Vectorism

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Vectorism

I'm excited and honored to announce that we were recently published in one of the latest viction:ary publications entitled, Vectorism [...]

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January 12, 2012

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Books, Design, Illustrations

Dust Jacket Design: Keenan

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Dust Jacket Design: Keenan

The work of Jamie Keenan has always reminded me of another one of my favorite book designers, Gray 318. Both designers seem to enjoy getting creative when they can utilize a wide variety of approaches while delivering bread & butter covers most l [...]

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June 14, 2011

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Art, Books, Design

The Poster Design of Network Osaka

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The Poster Design of Network Osaka

"I'm an artist pretending to be a designer" is the definition Network Osaka gives about himself. Involved in design, motion graphics and typography, his love for color, geometry and grid systems can be found in almost any piece of work he produces.

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May 27, 2011

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Artists, Curated, Design

The Safe House

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The Safe House

The Safe House is an architectural project by KWK PROMES. As the name suggests, it's a modern house which focuses on security, with movable parts and secret openings.

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May 20, 2011

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Bauhaus, Design, architecture

E.T. and the Death of Atari

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E.T. and the Death of Atari

Atari was most likely hungry for large Christmas sales and eager to cash in on the franchise when they made their less-than-brilliant decision to give developer Howard Scott Warshaw six weeks to develop the game. The result was a game considered then [...]

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May 17, 2011

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Culture, Design, Entertainment

Geometry & Psychodelia: Jorge Letona

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Geometry & Psychodelia: Jorge Letona

Filled with colorful geometric forms, psychedelic compositions, and pop culture icons, Jorge Letona's work, although strange in its nature, is creative and intriguing.

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April 29, 2011

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Artists, Curated, Design

Twelve Bar: LA-Based Apparel Company

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Twelve Bar: LA-Based Apparel Company

We just received a really nice surprise a few weeks ago from Twelve Bar, a Los Angeles-based apparel company. We liked what they sent us so much, we thought we'd pay homage to Twelve Bar by doing a quick photo shoot to show our appreciation.

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April 28, 2011

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Apparel, Design, fashion

Dust Jacket Design: Paul Buckley

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Dust Jacket Design: Paul Buckley

It's not easy to identify a Paul Buckley cover. His style runs the gamut resulting in covers designed (or directed) to boldly stand out, or tastefully fit in.

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April 26, 2011

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Art, Books, Design

The Digital Art of Christian Con L’ H

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The Digital Art of Christian Con L’ H

In an industry focused on pixel-perfect, vector-precise, and sometimes even photorealistic design, Christian's work stands out for the quirky, organic style.

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April 20, 2011

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Aälejandro Díazs

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Artists, Curated, Design

A-1 Scrabble Set Designer Edition

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A-1 Scrabble Set Designer Edition

Love this gorgeous Scrabble set designed by BYU design grad, Andrew Capener. My only (minor) critique is that the birch exterior case doesn't entirely match the rest of the walnut pieces, but all is forgiven once you look at what's inside.

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March 3, 2011

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