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Qs / Vol. 10 / October 15 - October 21

The top 15 out of a 42-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

A / No. 59 / Armin / This is the kind of typographic-based design one dreams about pulling off… Make it about chocolate and it’s downright delicious.

A / No. 55 / Armin / Perhaps the most amazing archive of identity design: The Pocket Protector Museum. [Via Boing Boing]

C / No. 24 / Nicole / Simple, yet striking: is it christmas?

A / No. 57 / Armin / A map constructed of each country’s top-level domain (i.e., .mx for Mexico).

A / No. 53 / Armin / Pat Sajak and Vanna White discuss fonts. No, they do, really.

A / No. 54 / Armin / Critiques of the new NYC Taxi logo adorning all cabs in the city: Round 1 features Michaels Bierut and Rock on the spot, and Round 2 offers some alternatives from Sam Potts and Oscar Bjarnason.

A / No. 48 / Armin / Great work by Mario Hugo. Including this great, grayscale poster. [Via Ffffound]

A / No. 58 / Armin / A couple of months ago we mentioned a party-pooper response to a project where the D&AD asked designers to do something clever with their flag — here are the results.

A / No. 56 / Joe Marianek / Create your own children’s book with Blank Board Books!

C / No. 19 / szkat / The interiors of design agencies from all over the world — singapore, australia, UK, US, etc. awesome.

A / No. 34 / Armin / Some very lovely, überproduced — reversible designs anyone? — t-shirts for designers and creative types at Where Design Comes From.

A / No. 43 / Armin / After you are done looking for shapes in the clouds, look for some letters. [Via Ffffound]

A / No. 40 / Armin / A series titled “Embarrassing Posters”. More like campy, bad or naive, but I guess embarrassing works. [Via Dark Roasted Blend]

A / No. 46 / Randy J. Hunt / Don’t be the 5th Guy. A clever public health campaign that even the Today show likes.

C / No. 26 / Danny Tanner / More than 70% of the world’s toys are made in China. In wake of the recent incidents involving manufactures like Mattel, production processes are becoming far more scrutinized. Here are photos from inside a Chinese toy factory.


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PUBLISHED ON Oct.22.2007 BY Armin
Pesky’s comment is:

Thanks so much for the embarrassing poster set, Mr. Vit. That made my day.....Inspirational. Forget Saul Bass! Viva "Devil Girl from Mars"!

On Oct.23.2007 at 10:08 AM