Archive for January, 2007

A Canadian Type


I found out about this a while back, when I was trying to find out if Canada had an official font. Although it isn’t the official typeface, “Cartier” was commisioned by the Canadian governemnt. It was originally designed by Carl Dair in 1957 and later updated for digital use by Rod McDonald. A really interesting […]

“Life is more important than blogging!” As wrong as that may sound, it is true. It is also the reason why I have been absent this past week. However in my time off from the blog I attended the Vapor Independant Music Showcase @ the El Mocambo. the show was terrific and featured some great […]

Now all you graphic designers and Bruce Mau haters (are they not one in the same) don’t get to excited, I’m not proclaiming the genius of Monsieur Mau. However I just found out about this new book Change Design: Conversations About Architecture as the Ultimate Business Tool. This isn’t news worthy on its own, but […]

I’m currently reading Chuck Klosterman’s Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs. It is a really great book that has some very unique theories on culture. I just finished a interesting part on the questions that Chuck ask people to know if he can be friends with them and I thought I would share one. At long […]

I was accepted on today. It is a really neat concept that is an online feed aggregator. However instead of being user determined like bloglines or feedbuner this site is owner curated. The site focuses on providing reliable information in the niche market of design. I think that this is not only useful (I […]