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  2. It is starting warm up a little here. Emphasis on a little. Either way we got OU and saw a few things this week. Here are some pics. -eddie

     
  3. fastcodesign:

    Co.Design Bracket Madness: Who Is The World’s Greatest Living Designer?

    Welcome to Co.Design Bracket Madness! With your help, we’ve compiled a bracket featuring some of the greatest designers alive. Your job is to help crown a winner.

    How it’ll work: Co.Design

    I care about this more than I should.

     
  4. type-lover:

    betype:

    Fonts of the Year.

    In the next 5 days, I will make a recap of the best fonts featured on Betype in this year. I’m very exciting since it was year with beautiful fonts. At first 100 fonts seems to be to much, but in fact it was a year very active with many releases of fonts and new type foundries, at the end it was hard to decide just 100 fonts. 

    Hope you enjoy this I made I site dedicated to this project: 2013.betype.co

    The 100 best fonts will begin tomorrow. This main site will continue to post lettering and typography inspiration.

    2013.betype.co

    Can’t wait!

     

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  6. nprmusic:

    Behold, the Lego concert rig

    My 12 year old self would have been drooling over this. I used to build stages and full band set ups out of whatever legos I could scrap together.

     
  7. theeddiejones:

    Another catch up post from me. Here are a bunch of pics from the week of July 4th. My nephew came to town to visit. We had a good time.

    Posted this on the wrong blog. Now it is on both.

    Eddie

     
  8. digg:

    We got bit teary-eyed after looking at all these Oklahoma tornado victims comforting their pets.

    The girl with the cat is my friend Maeghan. She is awesome. Thanks for posting her pic. She runs a great organization that helps animals in need.

    (via buzzfeed)

     
  9. theatlantic:

    Uncovering the First, Fascinating Rulebook for Subway Sign Design

    The 180-page binder, the key to the system’s iconic design choices, outlines a meticulous vision of signage intended not merely to look good — though it does — but to simplify navigation of the subterranean labyrinth. In its attention to passenger behavior, the manual goes above and beyond what most of us would term graphic design.

    “The subway rider should be given only information at the point of decision,” proclaimed the designers. “Never before. Never after.”

    Read more. [Images: NYCTA]

    This s amazing

    (via soupsoup)

     
  10. We went out to do laundry today and stumbled into a political rally. I turns out a candidate for mayor lives on our street. His name is Bill De Blasio. He was announcing his candidacy in front of his house. He seemed like an ok guy.

    Anyway, it was nice to get to know one of our neighbors… Even if it was from his speech on a podium.