The Book Design of Carin Goldberg

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The Book Design of Carin Goldberg

In the late 80s and early 90s, Goldberg brought typographic experiments, nouveau elements and collage to the forefront of dust jacket design, setting the stage for the next generation of book designers.

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July 12, 2010

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Colorcubic on Dribbble

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Colorcubic on Dribbble

We were drafted to Dribbble last month, and promptly forgot about it until a week ago. Since then, we've posted previews of new things we've been working on and have also connected with a wonderful group of designers.

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July 10, 2010

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The Last Laugh #008: Rammstein Mashup

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The Last Laugh #008: Rammstein Mashup

I saw this video back in the early days of YouTube and thought it was great. Really tight editing and obviously a hilarious choice of music.

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July 10, 2010

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Inland Printer Catalog from 1898

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Inland Printer Catalog from 1898

These are a few highlights from The Inland Printer dating back to 1898. The Inland Printer was a leather-bound trade catalog distributed around Chicago and New York to various print and publishing houses.

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July 8, 2010

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The Last Laugh #007: NSFW Parrot

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The Last Laugh #007: NSFW Parrot

This bird has got attitude. Sure there are other fowl-mouthed birds on the net, but Ruby kills it.

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July 3, 2010

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The American

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The American

Really digging this poster (designed by Paul Wilson) for the film The American, which is directed by Anton Corbijn and stars George Clooney. The trailer hints at some gorgeous cinematography and a seductive story about romance and assassins.

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July 2, 2010

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Tom Palumbo: Paris 1962

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Tom Palumbo: Paris 1962

To him, there's not much difference between the photographs he takes and the plays he directs because both contain drama -- both contain paradox and revelation, both energize Palumbo's life.

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July 1, 2010

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Zontik Games

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Zontik Games

Zontik is an international purveyor of luxury board games and gifts, and they believe that recreation is exactly that: the re-creation of something that is more than the sum of its parts.

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June 29, 2010

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The Thing Quarterly

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The Thing Quarterly

The Thing is as the name suggests; it’s a thing, things, and secret things; it is a two-hundred dollar subscription to the quarterly periodical that arrives in the form of an object.

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June 28, 2010

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The Last Laugh #006: 10 Things I Hate…

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The Last Laugh #006: 10 Things I Hate…

I keep finding people who haven't seen this classic trailer recut so I had to post it.

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June 26, 2010

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Komar and Melamid: Manipulating Perception

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Komar and Melamid: Manipulating Perception

From their early days as semi-anarchist artists in Moscow to Selling Andy Warhol's soul in New York, K&M were masters of manipulating perception in order to offer a third opinion on whatever subject fascinated the art community at the time.

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June 23, 2010

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Bertrand Fleuret: Landmasses and Railways

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Bertrand Fleuret: Landmasses and Railways

Over the course of four years, photographer Bertrand Fleuret looked for specific kinds of images. Things had to be precise, he said. Porcelain was fine, but plastic was not, trains were okay, but cars and planes were not. He defined the nature and te [...]

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June 22, 2010

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