Monthly Archives: September 2012

Cool stuff found on grainedit.com

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Boyhood Photos of J.H. Lartigue, The Family Album of a Gilded Age

For my students, here is the Lartigue book I was talking about during the second class. The paper for this book is very heavy, each page is about 100lb text weight paper (aka: close to cover stock but not quite … Continue reading

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See, I’m not crazy

You know how I’m always ranting and raving about NOT putting your type too close to the edge of the page? How I say, over and over again, that it could get cut off when the pages are trimmed? Ironically, … Continue reading

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I like arrows

These were in the street today.

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Campbell’s Soup!

Holy cow! Are these for real?! If so I’m totally going out and buying some to have with a nice grilled cheese sandwich tonight. found on Trendera: http://thetfiles.com/tagged/Target

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“In Pursuit of a Vision” at the Grolier Club

Saw this in the Times today: “In Pursuit of a Vision” is on view through Nov. 17 at the Grolier Club, 47 East 60th Street, Manhattan; (212) 838-6690, grolierclub.org.

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2 books from Slanted.de

This site is in German and has lots of strong typography. In the store you can find these: http://www.slanted.de/shop/forever-new-tattoo http://www.slanted.de/shop/twenty-six-characters

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