The top 15 out of a 28-quip week.
A = Authors | C = Community
C / No. 22 / Koz / Modern products in vintage ad layouts.Very cool.
C / No. 17 / Koz / POW! Free and cheap stock photo sites.
C / No. 24 / Niki / Is it ok to be sexist when the stationery is divine? Disney’s rejection letter to an aspiring (female) animator.
A / No. 34 / Bryony / Debbie Millman goes all High Priority in New York.
C / No. 16 / Diane Witman / Pantone acquired by X-Rite for $180 million. What does this mean? Courtesy of HOW.
C / No. 7 / Josh Berta / >Legendary voice actor Mel Blanc talks about his work in the world of radio ads, in a speech from 1966. (Link to the audio file toward the bottom of the post.) Funny!
A / No. 39 / Armin / Josh Berta, a regular Quip contributor and non-coffee drinker thought I, an avid coffee drinker, would enjoy customizing me a time-saving t-shirt for ordering. GrandeSkimChaiNoFoam does take a while to say.
A / No. 47 / Armin / I spotted this great poster last year while judging the STEP 100 awards. More props for it from the Adobe Design Achievement Awards
C / No. 14 / Roger / College sports fans fight for typgraphic history, and tell the administration that Trajan sucks.
A / No. 40 / Armin / Braille Graffiti? Well, okay.
C / No. 25 / Niki / More from Disney… Walt Disney Presents: “The Story of Menstruation”.
A / No. 29 / Armin / John Maeda on designing the cover of the latest Key, the real estate rag of The New York Times.