How the Garbage Man Started a Phenomenon

February 28th, 2011

You see, I used to be a garbage man…

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Sitting There and Looking Cool: Teenage Heaven in the Mid-1960s

February 24th, 2011

We’ve forgotten about is just how cool Los Angeles was in the mid-sixties…

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The Art Deco Style

February 18th, 2011

One of the things I’ve always liked about Art Deco is the early classic DIY aspect of [...]

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Rongorongo: Graphic Design in Isolation

January 27th, 2011

Have you ever thought about how isolation affects the development of written language?

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Talkin’ Trash / Destroy All Monsters

January 24th, 2011

I was deeply involved with the new garage rock revival…

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Maurice Sendak’s “Nutcracker”

January 20th, 2011

We really have neglected to appreciate the full career of Sendak…

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Psychedelia Nouveau

January 17th, 2011

In the mid to late 1960′s, the psychedelic underground revolution had already started to wane. It was [...]

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Designer Knock-Offs

January 13th, 2011

I know it sounds crazy, but when you ask 99.9% of Americans, “Who made the animation in [...]

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Swizzle Stick Nostalgia

January 10th, 2011

About 20 years ago, I worked on my first swizzle stick project. My client/pal Dave Crider at [...]

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Part 3: Charlie Don’t Surf (DIY and Anti-Graphics)

January 6th, 2011

To be totally fair, even though Jamie Reid’s situationist appropriation (DIRECT appropriation – with intent still intact) [...]

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Yokoyama

A (nearly) daily feature of this blog (for now – I’m hedging) will be a random picture sent from Yuichi Yokoyama’s phone, without explanation. Here is today’s.

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Yokoyama

A (nearly) daily feature of this blog (for now – I’m hedging) will be a random picture sent from Yuichi Yokoyama’s phone, without explanation. Here is today’s.

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Yokoyama

A (nearly) daily feature of this blog (for now – I’m hedging) will be a random picture sent from Yuichi Yokoyama’s phone, without explanation. Here is today’s.

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