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Wikipedia Book

Posted By Josh Dillon
07.06.2009

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Designer Rob Mathews has assembled the definitive collection of wikipedia.org featured articles. This 5000 page volume can be seen on his creative development blog, along with some other great projects.

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Sci-Fi-O-Rama

Posted By Josh Dillon
06.30.2009

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I ran across this site today and it’s got my sci-fi hairs standing on end. Sci-Fi-O-Rama categorizes and spreads a wealth of information about all things graphically space aged. Drawing from locations all across the majesty of the interwebs, this site acts as as a great resources for any designers interested in sci-fi inspiration.

The above images originally come from a great flickr account filled with matchboxes of all styles and purposes.

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Edition Populaire

Posted By Josh Dillon
06.25.2009

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French illustrator and street artist, Dran, has released a new book of images under the title of “100 Jours.” A great read, to be sure.

His illustrations are on the dark side of the street, so be aware prior to purchasing. Fortunately for you, dear reader, we have no aversion to black comedy, in any form. Unfortunately for you, we don’t speak French, so some of the delivery of the illustrations is beyond our linguistical capabilities.

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Can design save newspaper?

Posted By Josh Dillon
06.15.2009

My professional creative career began in 1994 with my interest in journalism layout design. I was originally hired by a local newspaper for advertising design, then moved into infographics, photography and eventually, page layouts.

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A fistful of posters

Posted By Josh Dillon
06.13.2009

Concert posters have a very special place in my heart right next to the ventricle where apparel design is located. It’s a two part system.

For a fistful of some great gig posters click on over to Poster Cabaret. I’ve pulled a few favorites of mine, but I’m sure that you can search through the artists and find the perfect piece for your wall amongst their offerings.

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