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The top 15 out of a 63-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

A / No. 70 / Armin / How do I love thee? Let me typographically count the ways. [Via NOTCOT]

A / No. 61 / Randy J. Hunt / If Architects Had To Work Like Web Designers.

A / No. 53 / Jason A. Tselentis / Who knew that old school could be so cool? Check out these Cold War Phones!

A / No. 72 / Armin / Black turtlenecks? To hell with that! Two graphic designers are featured in last week’s Look Book in New York magazine.

A / No. 69 / Armin / We never shy away from a good tattoo link, so here are the nerdiest, fanboyest tattoos ever. How much does the HTML tattoo rock, though? [Via Digg]

A / No. 58 / Armin / Hundreds of examples of “strange architecture.” A few of them look like bad Photoshop jobs, but you can’t make stuff like this up. [Via Digg]

A / No. 63 / Armin / More strangeness this week: The 30 Strangest Movie Posters of All Time. [Via AdFreak]

A / No. 75 / Armin / Generate your Web 2.0 logo on the spot! I might even trade our Quips logo for this one. Bonus points: how it’s done is explained. [Via Digg]

C / No. 64 / Max / Stefan Sagmeister inspires when we are feeling low.

A / No. 58 / Armin / Hundreds of examples of “strange architecture.” A few of them look like bad Photoshop jobs, but you can’t make stuff like this up. [Via Digg]

A / No. 73 / Armin / The 40 Show: Over 50 artists, cartoonists and illustrators get artistic on 40 oz. malt liquor bottles. Crappy pictures, great artwork. [Via Drawn]

A / No. 30 / Armin / Information graphics about world statistics applied directly to globes. [Via BoingBoing]

A / No. 59 / Armin / Frenzied Fauna: From A to Z, playfully twisted illustrations by Michel Gagné. [Via Drawn]

A / No. 67 / Armin / “I just love a big, hard, throbbin’, sweatty-ass party!” This and other deliciousness in Mr. Mcginnis’ collection of New Orleans flyers.

A / No. 71 / Armin / Stunning hand-cut, nature-inspired paper art by Kako Ueda. The site’s a bit of a clunker but this sample should inspire you to look through it. Her work is on display at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden until May 7. [Via Brooklyn Record]

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