this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all
this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all.
this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all.
this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all.

Friday, October 31, 2008

class cancelled this friday, yes, today!
Comrades, I am a leetle under the weather. Work hard, the labs open, and have a safe anhappy halloween. cheers T

Sunday, October 26, 2008

1. Paul Schuitema 2. Adriaan van't Hoff 1933 3. Wim ten Broek 1936

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

No.1 In the things, everyone needs to see, series.
Fish Flops, and yes, before
you ask, it is what I wear at home.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Inspiration is sometimes, something you find - perhaps an obscured
idea or found image, something unintentional and quite often accidental.
Make sure you don't spend all your time baiting the hook, ... jump.

1.Lorenzo Petrantoni 2.Lorenzo Petrantoni 3.Lisa Eisenbray 4.Sr.Garcia 5.Sr.Garcia 6.James Gallagher 7.Pep Carrio 8.Wolf Erlbruch 9.Wolf Erlbruch 10. Eva eun-sil han 11.Alma Larroca

Sunday, October 19, 2008

some required/essential visiting for both 1 & 2, ... yes you.
the peach of a peach is linked, the brilliant ilovetypography
clickez los fritas y picturas

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

the fascinating work of David Tobin Smith , the name is link'd.

click on the images to exPAnD

Monday, October 13, 2008

actually found on the street, go figure. update .. the fiendish
Ms.Z has informed me that the quotes from Radiohead.
Who knew ?

Sunday, October 12, 2008

a San Francisco/Minneapolis ( ? ) design entity, the Test Pilot Collective  
of major graphic, interface and typographic grooveness

Saturday, October 11, 2008

This poster was part of a bigger project 
directed toward Nike’s efforts to centralize 
a font ( not funk ) bank for all Nike designers 

The poster was created by sixteen in­house 
designers, each of whom designed a part 
All of the designs were then composed into 
the inspirational poster created for all 
in­house designers. 

The back of the poster highlights the font 
used in the design.

remember to click the image to 
enlarge it, you mwumby shellfish
Key Magazine Cover
Designer:  Dirk Barnett
Illustrator:  Carin Goldberg

Friday, October 10, 2008

things most remarkable No.9
for extra marks - what are they ? ... exactly .
( ... and judging from your mid-term work, 
some of you really could use the extra marks, 
especially Really Big Larry and Wanda One Shoe )

and like everything else in nature, click to enlarge

i scream, you scream , we all scream for Edvard Munch cream

Today we had a visit from a 
young designer Mr. Sean Yendrys. 
A brilliant former student, Sean 
graciously came back to talk to 
us about the Montreal Biennale. 
It was an interesting discussion, 
which touched upon street art, 
the politics and financing of public 
art and performance, free speech, 
Banksy's et al and the history and 
traditions of Biennale's in general. 
I recommend that you all check 
out the Montreal Biennale site and 
familiarize yourselves with what 
the Biennale is all about. It's still 
looking for volunteers to help out, 
and it might be lot of fun and really 
interesting to get involved with.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

low tech fun; a simple, inventive change from the whole 
blindlingly similar, commerce driven, pseudo-high tech, 
lame o, way too shiny, pop record, how does my hair look, 
all about the big sales, music video thingy. it's invention 
kids, and has a sorta hand made in the basement with your 
friends kind of, lets try it this way feel to it, big up !

le New York Times
treading that impossible line, between essential 
but cruelly dry information and dynamic design, 
brilliantly. Informatics - click me donut brain

EMIGRE magazine, cool. way cool, uber cool, totally uber way cool. 
All the hipster kids know about it, do you ?  ..Get with the program

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Dead Star, by Michel de Broin, is made from leftover batteries 
at the end of their day. I'm never gonna throw a battery away again.

looking for a great resource for vintage images for 
your work or amusemento, look no farther you.

cliquez moi, svp

from the everything comes from somewhere series ....
an interesting if tangential article that my more ruthless, and well dressed students may enjoy. 

one of the few charms of middle age ....  if there are any,  is finally being able to see how things connect, or at least suspect how they might connect, and also, noticing how there are everywhere, very fine, nearly diaphanous ( look it up ) threads, that join so many human endeavours and aspirations together.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

what a fantastic piece of work; funny and true in equal measures