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Twitteroundup

Time for our first ever Twitteroundup here at insigne. What I twittered about:

Found some great movie trailer music to listen to, via Cory Godbey, who also is the author of Blue Goblet, Blue Goblet Ornaments and the upcoming Blue Goblet Vignettes and Frames. Also expressed my mild concern that Giacchino score for the upcoming Star Trek movie may be more Lost than Lost in Space. (And nothing in comparison to the awesomeness that is Goldsmith.)

To the trailer music:
Mighty Rivers Run
Sons Of War
Freedom Fighters

Careful, this stuff might make your head explode or cause you to renact slow motion explosions in your office. Trust me, that's more painful than you think and I have the bruises to prove it. For something more sedate, I listened to some Copland and Bizet.

Some Design Sthuff...


20 corporate brands evolve.


See APPL with MSFT typography, Toyota w/Ford's, etc.

Interesting story about the extended latin alphabet in action.


A collection of old car and truck ads

White House created communications design awareness award finalist: Hoefler & Frere-Jones. Shocking, considering how Obama seems to love @H_FJ. Congrats!


And, for bonus points, a
stand by me collaboration by street artists that have never met.

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