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Twitteroundup Week 35


Craigslist makeover mockups.

Rodger Federer's Monogram: second after Tiger's. More inspiration from fashion (Bodoni) than sport. via @pentagramdesign

100 Years of Visual Effects. But why is there a 10 year gap between Jurassic Park and Spiderman? So much was done in that period!

Some impressive identity work by Momkai for the city of Amsterdam. RT @Behance

8 Years of Great Mac OS X Box Design End In a Clip Art Cat & Bad Kitty! Snow Leopard box photoshopped to remove traces of blood from cat's mouth. Wallpaper comes with blood intact.

35 Logos brilliantly using Negative Space: Negative is Positive RT @Linotype_com RT @graphicidentity.

Smiley, Sad & Wink faces: Shouldn’t they be stylized and available on all fonts? RT @Wiltonfoundry

African Beach Calligraphy. Done with a specialized scoop. via @Ministryoftype

New Kraft cheese packaging. I like it. However, it doesn't feel very 'American.'


Papa John gets beloved Camaro back, sold 2 start pizza biz. 20+ years ago. Someday I want my beloved Corolla back...N/M.

Funny, well designed mythical creatures infographic. via @lilaccreative

Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116 (pronounced [ˈalbɪn]) was a name intended for a Swedish child. More Unusual Personal Names.

Kickball with cars. Check the Honda S2000's kick!
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