All these posters are great, but this one is definitely my favorite.
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You see, the truth about the web is that there’s no inherent *there* there. The only substance it has is the substance we give it—which means that if we’re not *substantial people*—people who’ve read far and wide, thought long and hard, and discovered what it is that matters—then the web work we’re capable of will always be shallow.
(via Noisy Decent Graphics)
James Bridle in a great post about the color green:
I sat in front of the grids of light with my eyes closed and his flourescent lights gave out a special heat, that of colour.
I really like this: data visualization packaging for milk cartons.
I love this poster design for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series. Journey on…
Frustro: The Impossible Typeface. Not for the feint of heart.
Paul Choi in The Analog Aesthetic or the Vinyl Manifesto:
I began to think about the idea of evolving design surrounding a technology largely deemed “obsolete.” Yes, digital is more convenient and ubiquitous, accessible and democratic. But most will tell you — beyond the little hiss that happens from the flecks of dust playing — that vinyl sounds more real, warmer, fuller. Analog attempts to capture the sound as it is and does not convert it in some way — no matter how great the means of conversion.
It’s a good post on what makes vinyl (which I also love) great, and it includes some interesting implications for graphic design.