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Qs / Vol. 13 - 14 / February 4 - February 10

The top 15 out of a 35-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

A / No. 14 / Armin / Great identity program for a digital arts festival in the UK. Excellent copywriting set in a dead-pan trendy way. [Via Nice Fucking Graphics]

A / No. 13 / Joe Marianek / WTF IBM? Unchain the rusty shackles on IBM Bodoni.

A / No. 12 / Armin / Idea #37 for your old vinyl records sitting in a box: Cut them into fun silhouettes. [Via Brand Flakes for Breakfast]

A / No. 8 / Armin / Not quite design related, but still awesome: The rarest items in the world. [Via Dark Roasted Blend]

A / No. 11 / Armin / What would Quipsologies be without people doing awesome alphabets to link to? Boring. Specially when they make them with fire and at night. [Via TypeNeu]

C / No. 16 / jhayne / Dear Future Me

C / No. 8 / Angela / These graphic designers get their 15 minutes of fame x 10000.

C / No. 12 / Andrew / St+ark Naked. Provocative new packaging from Puma.

A / No. 17 / Armin / “As the level of vfx realism increases and becomes more widespread, it seems that instead of assuming things like this are real, I assume they’re fake—when they could, in fact, be real.”

A / No. 5 / Randy J. Hunt / The Crit blog has a new url and some shiny new clothes.

C / No. 5 / Ricardo Cordoba / Is Obama a Mac and Clinton a PC?

A / No. 3 / Joe Marianek / A delicately gilded spring catalog for the Yale Art Gallery.

A / No. 16 / Armin / This Adobe Illustrator plug-in looks sweet: Zero-One Live Pen makes your calligraphic strokes be more, well, calligraphic. If you’ve tried doing calligraphy in Illustrator, you know it’s impossible to get an authentic effect; this gets pretty close.

A / No. 4 / Armin / A nice collection of film titles. Nothing we haven’t seen, but these are in Quicktime format, instead of crappy YouTube quality.

C / No. 15 / Josh B / Mid-1930s advertisements from Colliers


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PUBLISHED ON Feb.11.2008 BY Armin