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Bluerock Design Logos No. 1 on RISD Portfolios

Bluerock Design Logos<p>Assortment of logos, brand identities, and wordmarks.<p>* Companies for which a project was created and that hold the original …

Graphic Design

Before-and-After Photo Series Shows How Dramatically Lighting Affects Portraits

It’s not news that lighting makes or breaks an image, particularly portraits. But in <i>Perception Is Reality</i> by photographer Sebastian Petrovski, we get …

Paris Van Java by Ilham Herry

Behind The Scenes Of Design Observer’s New Look

One of the web’s most influential design criticism hubs gets a redesign. Cofounder Michael Bierut doesn’t mind if you hate it.<p>Launched in 2003, <i>Design Observer</i> has been one of the most influential sources for design thinking and criticism on the web. It was founded by four outspoken design critics …

Lena Dunham's Book Design Could Use an Upgrade, Says Chip Kidd

The ’70s are back—at least in book design. The vaguely disco, “All In the Family”–style curlicue is attaching itself to titles everywhere. Most …

Taylor Holland’s Scenic Tour

A photograph is at first a document. Crop it, and it becomes a picture. Trim it further into a square (and post it on Instagram) and you’ve got a …

Dennis Hopper: the inside man

Lost books by great writers occasionally turn up but, in a literary context, "lost" usually means "not worth publishing in his or her lifetime". The history of photography, on the other hand, is constantly updated and rewritten as entire bodies of work – by EJ Bellocq, William Gedney and others – …

Bob Gill

Legendary designer Bob Gill talks about design in the 1950s, working with the Beatles and the problem with so many designers today.

The Beatles

The Mysteries of France: A Gothic Guidebook

<i>Guide de la France mystérieuse</i>, published by Tchou<br>Paris, first edition, 1964. Design: Serge Kristy<p>At more than a thousand pages, the <i>Guide de la</i> …

A Mississippi Delta Road Trip

Two weeks ago, a friend of mine from New York flew to St. Louis, which was the starting point for a week-long drive through the South. Before …

Go Nuts

Spread the news—here are six mouthwatering twists on one of cycling's most traditional, revered, and effective energy foods: the mighty PB&J<p>The kind of cyclist who packs one is the sort who, suffering a puncture, is as apt to fix the flat in two minutes as he is to sprawl in the grass for a spell …



Remember Brandon Text the number on font of 2013? Brandon Printed is based on the famous Brandon Grotesque typeface. It has an eroded, printed look with four variations of every letter. With several different styles like a shadowed version, an inline version and a double printed version you can create a lot of lovely combinations. The Brandon Printed package also contains a set with 95 Extras like arrows, catchwords, stars, emblems numbers & lines.

Cycling in the rain: How to survive it (video)

1. Jacket<p>The most important item of clothing for battling the rain is a jacket. Not only will a good waterproof jacket keep your torso dry it will …


Sergio Cerchi


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Your Whole Body Tune-Up

Keep these 5 supporting muscles toned for a pain and fatigue-free ride<p>If you're like most cyclists, your legs aren't the first part of your body to call it quits on a long ride. Chances are it's your back, your neck, or even your arms. Use these moves to tune up the supporting muscles, and they …

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