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Qs / Vol. 23 / November 17 - November 23

The top 15 out of a 36-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

C / No. 34 / Niki Brown / A sneak peak into the docks of designers.

C / No. 46 / millie rossman kidd / Not sure I’d use this site, but I like the design. Interesting to note that it’s all uppercase type.

A / No. 50 / Armin / What a Lovely Name is a web application that not only helps you generate a baby name based on tags — cute, wise, quirky — and a combination thereof but it also generates a (relatively) custom logo that you can then magically export to zazzle and get all kinds of merchandise.

A / No. 47 / Armin / Great poster by Ken Carbone to celebrate the 70th birthday of Swiss designer Fritz Gottschalk. [Links to PDF]

A / No. 57 / Armin / A handy chart of different points of view on the glass half-full or half-empty. [Via ffffound]

A / No. 51 / Armin / Sketch by Pablo Picasso of a poster for the 1926 Bal Banal, a dance benefit for Russian artists in Paris. Here is the context for that image.

A / No. 46 / Armin / Flavor,” made out of Marlboro cigarettes. [Via Share Some Candy]

A / No. 45 / Armin / A collection of all ACME products from Warner Bros. cartoons — get some earthquake pills for when a client meeting is going bad. You could also get the official printed catalog.

A / No. 44 / Armin / Very nice packaging for this German wine-in-a-box. Click through the left-hand navigation to see all the variations. [Via SwissMiss]

C / No. 36 / Wolf / A catalog of visual interestingness.

A / No. 55 / Armin / The web has engendered a strange attraction towards photography of abandoned places , so if that kind of thing rocks your boat here are some great photographs of abandoned amusement parks in South Korea.

C / No. 35 / Simon / “Handy” gloves packaging.

A / No. 54 / Armin / A new way of looking at Quentin Tarantion films: “Each poster explores character interaction within scenes, displayed using a circular mapping system.” [Via Nice Fucking Graphics]

C / No. 30 / Young Mr. Arvizu / What happens when you’re discovered to be ripping off other people’s design work and claiming it as your own? this.

C / No. 38 / Plamen / Art. Lebedev reinvents traffic lights by turning them square.

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