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The best analogy you could ever find: cats as type

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Seriously, we all know that all the internet is overpopulated with cat memes and while this overall fascination may remain a mystery for most of us, who are we kidding.. we love cats! So for us designers and cat lovers out there this cute meme was just too good so I had to share. Cats as types! I chuckled at the wingbats one and I need to adopt the Baskerville cat, so kudos to whoever...

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Cool design: Pantone tarts

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French food designer Emilie de Griottes made a feature for french culinary magazine Fricoteinspired in the Pantone colours. Each tart has a white glaze base with the correspondent Pantone number and of course the colour, the twist: they're edible! It's a fun project that combines very gracefully design and great food, a perfect mix for lots of people out there I bet. The ingredients used...

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Vintage style: Reading Propaganda

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After the Great Depression in 1929 President Roosevelt launched a program to revitalize the US which included a series of measures to employ citizens in different fields for the development of the country. The program was called WPA, Works Progress Administration, and among its politics was the cultural development of the country. This can be seen in their propaganda, which encouraged...

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Old School Work: 1960's Life Science Book Covers

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It's always important to look back of where graphic design comes from. In its early stages it must've been pretty awesome to experiment on different printing methods, composition styles and illustrations, and as we know there have been a lot of changes throughout the times. We've already seen some examples of vintage covers and I think they're a great example of the basis of...

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Photography love: Maddie on Things

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I might be going on a stretch here with this article, but I just had to share this finding. Theron Humphrey is a photographer that is currently travelling through 50 states in the US alongside his dog Maddie. His project Maddie on Thingsreally made me smile and wish I had a dog to take on a trip (but I guess it would be hard to find another dog with that coolness, modelling skills...

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