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“What a fuckin’ wreck the mid-’90s were with this discombobulated, puked-out David Carson garbage…”
Related to the last post, I’d be remiss to mention Berger & Föhr’s new publication, DesignValu.es. They’ve got two excellent articles up now, and it will continue to grow with their thoughts on appreciating and producing good design.Visit the Link
There is a lot of fun stuff happening in packaging design these days, but it’s not often that I see a design that manages to balance modern touches with something that feels traditional to a liquor bottle—yet it’s for artisanal vinegar. Nicely done.Visit the Link
Colorado is beer country. We’re spoiled here. But it’s not often that the design spoils us too. This work by Manual is fantastic. Collate has more great photos of the work and the Loveland Aleworks site has photography of their beautiful space.Visit the Link
These Pegoretti’s are works of art that happen to be bikes.Visit the Link
What a dream gig. I’d love participate in a project like this someday. Too much fun. Aaron Melander did a heck of a job with it this year.
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Some beautiful custom bicycles. I’m in love with the Madison Street and its brass-colored touches.
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I’ve refrained from linking to or quoting a lot of the tributes to Steve Jobs simply because I assume we’re all consuming most of them together. But I wanted to point out this one by Horace Dediu of asymco. It perfectly captures what I admired about Steve Jobs and why his story will continue to inspire me.
It’s short, give it a read.Visit the Link
I’m in love with this office in Timisoara, Romania. I’d love to find a building in downtown Boulder to do something similar with. They made great use of what could have been some very awkward spaces.
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