The top 15 out of a 29-quip week.
A = Authors | C = Community
C / No. 60 / Diane Zerr / The exact center of the internet.
C / No. 58 / Anne Stewart / Retro poster design for the retro voter — analysis of Scott Hansen’s Artists for Obama poster. Overly symbolic, or perfectly in tune with its audience?
C / No. 57 / Cynthia Sin / Minimalism is everything that you need, nothing that you don’t.
A / No. 66 / Armin / Smashing Magazine takes a look at, literally, big typographic statements on the web.
C / No. 61 / Robert / Maybe a little late to the party, but awesome anyways.
A / No. 74 / Armin / You never know when you will need a multi-line/inline/concentric-line typeface, so here is a handy four-page guide to these kind of typefaces. [Via Typophile]
A / No. 72 / Armin / The skyline of San Francisco, replicated with pots and pans.
A / No. 65 / Armin / The Powers of Seven, a poster exhibit featuring 21 silkscreen posters, designed by some of Spain’s best, on the theme of seven printed in black and orange. (Navigation is a little wonky, but well worth the stumbling). [Via Quinta Tinta]
A / No. 76 / Armin / An aggregation of 618 front pages of newspapers from around the world. The page creates a remarkable texture. [Via Coudal]
C / No. 62 / Ricardo Cordoba / New York magazine examines the melting-ice-cream-on-book-cover-design trend.
A / No. 78 / Armin / Typography-inspired baby names! “Pilcrow” is actually awesome.
A / No. 62 / Armin / Not exactly sure what this is for, but it’s typography and it’s made out of foam.
A / No. 68 / Debbie Millman / Pick a President…or, um, a T-shirt? Hillary Clinton presents Project T-shirt.