Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Best ever blog for Typography


From the site

"I love Typography (iLT) was born on August 8, 2007; I, on the other hand was born in 1969. iLT was born from a desire to bring the subject of Typography to the masses. All too often, articles on typography are rather bland and, although informative, do little to elicit feelings of wow.

So, iLT is designed to inspire its readers, to make people more aware of the typography that is around them. We really cannot escape typography; it's everywhere: on road signs, shampoo bottles, toothpaste, and even on billboard posters, in books and magazines, online...the list is endless, and the possibilities equally so."

Also try the Type game!!


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Monday, November 10, 2008

Sleeve Cover design

Sleevage is a blog all about music cover art. From the LP’s of the 60’s to the digital artworks of now.
We’ll post the best or most interesting covers everyday in an effort to become the world’s best resource for great music artwork.

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Friday, November 7, 2008


BUILD SHARE and download FONTS ALL for free. Try it out it is fun.

You could also export it to a true font.


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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

World Animation Day

October 28 is World Animation Day! The National Film Board is celebrating this special day with a 13-city tour of Get Animated!, a series of free public screenings from the NFB's Oscar-winning animation studios. Get Animated! will showcase amazing new creations from Canada's public producer, for young and old, from October 22 to November 9, 2008.

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Artist survival skills

This book has been developed for two reasons. One: Success in the visual arts, no matter how you define it, comes more readily to artists who manage their careers professionally but Canadian visual artists have few resources to guide their professional development. And two: There is a particular knowledge deficit in the community of Canadian visual artists concerning the importance and techniques of marketing and sales.
Whereas there a many worthwhile books for entrepreneurs on starting and growing a small business, this book looks at key components of small business theory and discusses them in the context of a creative skills-based small business—the self-employed Canadian visual artist or crafts person. It was produced in order to motivate and assist Canadian visual artists and crafts persons seeking to increase the percentage of their income that comes from their artistic practice.

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Logo evolution

"Logo Evolution. Today over on Neatorama, Alex takes a look at the logos of several tech companies, and how they’ve evolved.
I wish Nokia still used their original mark. It depicts a fish, yet “the word ‘Nokia’ in Finnish … means a dark, furry animal we now call the Pine Marten weasel.”
Seen here, the original logo for Apple:"

Attack of the Movie Posters!

Posterwire.com is a movie poster weblog. From images of the latest Hollywood one-sheets to vintage movie posters, this film poster weblog hopes to offer a bit of insight into film key art.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008