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Chase
Trends tend to come and go, but only a few can stand the test of time. Margo Chase’s work set a style that was the one to follow for some time, even Dennis Rodman (Chase designed a personal logo for him) jumped on the bandwagon. Now her work, a few years later and seemingly untrendy to the masses, has matured and become a very effective means of communications for her clients. The work might not be so in fashion as it used to be, but it’s good to see that it survived stardom and went on to better things. I think the WB thanks the Chase Design Group for that.

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PUBLISHED ON Aug.17.2002 BY Armin
WITH 13 COMMENTS
Comments
Sam’s comment is:

No closed threads!!!

On Jul.05.2003 at 09:51 AM
Armin’s comment is:

By jickity. I can't believe the first ever post was about Margo Chase... oh how the times change.

On Jul.05.2003 at 10:07 AM
Sam’s comment is:

Man, you had like 14 comments for the whole

On Jul.05.2003 at 10:38 AM
debbie millman’s comment is:

By jickity. I have always loved Margo's work. Especially the stuff for Mrs. Ritchie. Hope you are all having a nice weekend.

On Jul.05.2003 at 10:44 AM
Armin’s comment is:

>14 comments for the whole month, not including the 3 from today. Hi-larious.

I know! I'm glad we can laugh about it now.

>Hope you are all having a nice weekend.

Hello Debbie. See? this is why they call us cliquish.

On Jul.05.2003 at 10:47 AM
debbie millman’s comment is:

See? this is why they call us cliquish.

Yeah, I figured that my greeting might rub some people the wrong way, but I figured I would stir it up a bit. Hope you don't mind...

On Jul.05.2003 at 11:01 AM
Sam’s comment is:

Hiya. By the way, debbie, the origin of "by jickity" is in this old Dwiggins thread.

>I know! I'm glad we can laugh about it now.

Good things come to those who work.

On Jul.05.2003 at 11:06 AM
Armin’s comment is:

>Hope you don't mind...

Oh not at all — so what are you all doing today? OK, maybe that is taking it out of hand.

On Jul.05.2003 at 11:13 AM
debbie millman’s comment is:

By the way, the origin of "by jickity" is in this old Dwiggins thread.

Thought I'd make it easier for the avid Saturday morning readers:

"If you don't get your type warm it will be just a smooth, commonplace, third-rate piece of good machine technique - no use at all for setting down warm human ideas - just a box full of rivets... By jickity, I'd like to make a type that fitted 1935 all right enough, but I'd like to make it warm - so full of blood and personality that it would jump at you."

BY JICKITY.

This is exactly how I feel about the digital (Linotype) rendering of Electra. It's cold, and prints too finely. I wish it were heavier, like Fournier, rather than Didot or the finer Bodonis. A comparison of 1937 and the digital, at 36pt and shown 200% here.

And to answer your question:

so what are you all doing today?

Reading Speak Up, of course.

; )

On Jul.05.2003 at 11:19 AM
Terri Westerhaug’s comment is:

Debbie-

I was truly inspired by your talk on "Building Your Personal Brand," at the WIP Leadership Summit! You "slipped" out before I could properly introduce myself, OR get one of the books you left (they went quickly!)

Hope you had a safe trip home and I look forward to more communication with you in the future!

Regards,

Terri Westerhaug

On Oct.29.2003 at 05:48 PM
Tan’s comment is:

Hey, wait a minute here. This isn't your first thread, you scammer.

Debbie didn't join our boys club till Felix called her work a turd a year or so later.

Ah, good times...

On Feb.13.2007 at 02:13 PM
Armin’s comment is:

Tan, check the dates. The original post is from September 2002. Debbie's and Sam's comments are from 2003...

On Feb.15.2007 at 08:23 PM
JonSel’s comment is:

I kinda miss posts and threads like these.

On Apr.10.2009 at 11:45 AM