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Qs / Vol. 4 / Apr.2 - Apr.8

The top 15 out of a 51-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

A / No. 10 / Armin / Yet more Kiev, Ukraine awesomeness: Graffiti like nowhere else. [Via Drawn]

A / No. 3 / Armin / If this is how all advertising is displayed in Kiev, Ukraine, I know where I’m taking my next vacation. [via]

A / No. 7 / Armin / A Flickr set of those poor, bathroom, universal graphic men in perilous situations. [via]

A / No. 6 / Armin / The winners of the Type Directors Club 2007 type design competition. Mmmmm… Olga. [via]

C / No. 16 / Ralphe / When design (or at least moderate photoshop abilities) meets a simmering national scandal. You get this and then this.

C / No. 4 / Joe Moran / The fifth best April Fool ever. According to The Museum of Hoaxes. Source. Happy April!

C / No. 12 / PNK / A rare gift: a sense of scale.

C / No. 21 / Joe Moran / CALLING ALL T YP O GR A PH E RS ! There is no “i” in typography.

C / No. 14 / jhayne / Express your love AND hate of Helvetica in one of these notebooks.

A / No. 9 / Bryony / Michael Bierut talks Saks, to the NYT.

A / No. 15 / Armin / In an age of bad logo creation, the simplest question should be asked now and again, “What makes a great logo?” [Via Digg] / [Related to Digg and the logo link, here is what happens when you make it to the front page of Digg]

A / No. 8 / Bryony / Brooklyn education goes beyond Math and Spanish, they take your child Adbusting. [via]

C / No. 3 / Abi Huynh / Gmail Paper!

A / No. 17 / Armin / Paula Scher on the dynamic of blogs.

A / No. 5 / Armin / Everyone Forever points out the cool aesthetics of Fathme Records. Fathme’s MySpace page features more images plus some sounds that I can’t quite make out. And, lastly, sweet Ruscha-esque logo.


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PUBLISHED ON Apr.09.2007 BY Speak Up