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Quote of the week - 22/09/2014

Reform    |    http://reform.io

Reform is an online shop from the guys at Sans Form, that fea­tures a col­lec­tion of min­i­mal poster designs by select design­ers. So far the shop has posters designed by Aesse, Duane Dal­ton, Berger & Föhr, Saw­dust, Mash and more.

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22 Sep

Quote of the week (08/09/2014):

Wasted Rita    |    http://wastedrita.com    |    Facebook

Wasted Rita is a graphic designer and illustrator conceived in New Jersey, based in Lisbon. She is a natural born agent provocateur, sarcastic as needed and a full-time thinker who must write about life, human behaviors and play with words in order to keep breathing.

She studied in a religious college and grew up listening to Black Flag, turning out to be a harsh mixture between Jesus Christ and punk-rock. Rough and rude at first sight, above all, just a passionate kid doing what she thinks she should.

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10 Sep

Quote of the week - 01/09/2014

Feixen    |    http://feixen.ch

Feixen is the graphic design work of Felix Pfäffli. Felix was born in 1986. In 2010 he graduated and started his own studio «Feixen». In the summer of 2011 he was appointed as teacher at the Lucerne School of Graphic Design to teach in the fields of typography, narrative design, and poster design. Since 2013 he is a member of the AGI (Alliance Graphique International).

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1 Sep

Quote(s) of the week - 21/07/2014

55 Hi’s    |    http://55his.com

55 Hi’s was started in 2010 by Ross Moody as a simple means of spreading inspiring quotes and quirky ideas. It has since spiraled out of control—in the best way possible—into an online greetings collective, of sorts. A destination for graphic goodness, tasteful typography, and artful alliteration. 

At 55 Hi’s, sincere life lessons are laid delicately onto handmade french paper where they frolic joyfully, side-by-side, with cards that become shot glasses. Why? Because both of those things will make you smile, and smiling is a nice thing.

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22 Jul