The top 15 out of a 23-quip week.
A = Authors | C = Community
A / No. 61 / Armin / Logos that look alike.
A / No. 68 / Armin / Check out this retro Snickers bar package spotted at Walmart.
C / No. 45 / Becky / A beautifully simple and stunningly designed game by Jenova Chen for her MFA Thesis.
C / No. 44 / Mig Reyes / Doodle your way through today’s news.
A / No. 63 / Armin / Ambiblog features the process of making those mind-bending ambigrams.
A / No. 67 / Armin / Obama goes all Neue Typographie with this flyer for his visit to Berlin. [Via The Daily Heller]
C / No. 43 / LG / Ed Lives Here is a website that launched last week. I love the Ed series (very cool paper promotion) and was excited to see it online. :) “Ed has delivered technical advice on all things printing; coatings, inks, retouching, prepress, embossing and more. Above all, Ed is here to help you understand the amazing things you can do with paper, and how to improve the work you do with it.”
A / No. 57 / Joe Marianek / Secret #4 “Protecting Obama’s public image at all costs.” The Atlantic’s Marc Ambinder on Obama’s oft-overlooked (brand) management secrets. [Thanks to Michael Bierut]
A / No. 55 / Armin / For Stanley Kubrick fans: “This stunning promo was shot in one long take, and is a look behind the scences of Kubrick’s 1980 film The Shining, all from the perspective of the director himself […] even shot using the directors favourite lens.” Well worth a look.
A / No. 56 / Armin / Wow, check out PicLens, a pretty cool image viewer, in a vertiginous 3d interface, that can display image searches from all across the web. It’s an add-on that works on Firefox and the next-to-latest version of Safari.
A / No. 66 / Armin / Recession is for losers as these upcoming magazines prove there is a big market of the priviledged.