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Graphic Design + Kinetic Typography
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duncan 4h
Check out this project: “Kinetic Typography Experiments 02”
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DesignStudio Aug 16
Our case study is now live on our site.
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duncan Aug 16
Replying to @instruct
/agree Burial live would be amazing!
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duncan Aug 16
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duncan Aug 15
Had to cop this issue of - layout looks amazing!
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duncan Aug 15
20% TALENT 80% HUSTLE
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duncan Aug 15
Replying to @FoxFrazer @SLNTPLNT
Cool effect
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duncan Aug 14
Today’s creation
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drock Aug 14
give yourself more chances by taking more chances
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Charles Patterson 🌱 Aug 14
I’m thankful every day that I get to design and work with the people I do. Design is forever evolving, you never arrive, new challenges constantly arising. We’re fortunate to be apart of such a beautiful thing! So wherever you are designing the designs, enjoy your week ✌️❤️
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Steve Hockett Aug 13
Imagining a world without feedback or amends
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duncan Aug 13
That creative is really nice !
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LogoArchive Aug 13
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CRAFT Aug 13
Just over a week to go until the next Craft! Who's coming? Theres still some tickets to go!
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AIGA Eye on Design Aug 12
Improvising with letterforms 🔤 On the poster for This is Pan, Troxler improvises w/ words + information like a pro jazz musician >
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AIGA Eye on Design Jul 19
Don’t worry print ain’t dead, but we’ve gone digital ❗️ Eye on Design magazine #01 is now available literally anywhere >
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duncan Aug 13
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Mitch Goldstein Aug 11
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duncan Aug 13
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Letterform Archive Aug 12
Jennifer Morla, winning cover design for the New York Times Magazine (), 1998. When asked to submit a design for the magazine’s “The Shock of the Familiar” cover story contest, Morla chose a simple approach with immediate impact: flipping the masthead.
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