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Qs / Vol. 23 / November 24 - November 30

The top 15 out of a 26-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

C / No. 58 / Ursula / Cavemen working in James Bond like headquarters, a stunning example of architecture you have got to see to believe, it’s JUST COOL!

A / No. 66 / Armin / Neuro-scientists discover what designers have known all along: Kerning matters.

A / No. 64 / Armin / Another one of those great business cards round-ups; hard to get tired of these. [Via Nice Fucking Graphics]

A / No. 63 / Joe Marianek / The Dark Lord of Logos: In the last 20 years I have drawn more than 7,000 logos, mostly for black- and death-metal bands from all over the world.

C / No. 57 / Heyitsal / Forest for the Trees. Inspiring, creative photographs of single trees in natural environments.

A / No. 68 / Armin / Photographs of 116 beer bottles and cans from around the world; pretty great packaging showcase. [Via Dark Roasted Blend]

C / No. 61 / Niki Brown / Fonts: The Big, Bold and Beautiful

C / No. 54 / Niki Brown / Day in logos, Boston Edition, a look at life in the city

A / No. 76 / Armin / A frame of Super Mario Bros. immortalized in 17,000 color pushpins. [Via BuzzFeed]

C / No. 59 / Neal S / I wrote up a post linking to a handful of the best design-related images from the Google/Life archive. The best part is this just scratches the surface.

A / No. 62 / Armin / The all new, FF Trixie High Definition, a type family consisting of more than 17,000,000 vector points.

A / No. 72 / Armin / FontFeed kicks off the holiday season with a few recommendations for typographic gifts.

A / No. 74 / Armin / A new [lunch] bag each day for my kids. I’m the dad. I make these during my lunch break.” [Via Drawn]

A / No. 65 / Armin / After blogging about their creative process, johnson banks unveils the final designs of their whiskey barrels project for Glenfiddich.

A / No. 67 / Armin / Clever video promotion for Google Docs: “4 people worked together simultaneously on a single Google Docs spreadsheet. Each cell in the 100 row x 186 col spreadsheet was filled using 18 different colors. The entire process was captured in time-lapse.” [Via Dark Roasted Blend]


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PUBLISHED ON Dec.01.2008 BY Armin