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Mark Stuckert
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– Production Type’s Kreuz
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Jimmy Carr 19h
I’m in Vancouver this evening. Finally in vogue.
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Replying to @ghostly
G’bless
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Mark Stuckert May 20
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Ghostly May 19
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Mark Stuckert May 19
Haha all these shit newsletters asking me to confirm my subscription fuck some of you
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Mark Stuckert May 19
Hey , get spooky will ya
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Mark Stuckert May 19
If Pixel could get their typography into the system-level Android stuff that would be dope
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Mark Stuckert May 19
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Mark Stuckert May 19
Also how goddamn great is this website:
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Mark Stuckert May 19
Absolutely wish there was a way to get a depth map out of these Pixel 2 portrait mode photos
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Mark Stuckert May 19
– Via Gail Bichler on Twitter: “The cover of The Health Issue: The Trip Doctors"
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Mark Stuckert May 19
Replying to @Unclutterapp
It’s an absolutely essential app for me : - )
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Mark Stuckert May 19
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Mark Stuckert May 18
CraveTV is a uniquely Canadian service
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Michael Bierut May 15
One more thing on Tom Wolfe, specifically as a graphic design critic. Did you know he was a judge for the 1972 communication graphics competition? He provided commentary for the catalogue, including this gem:
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Mark Stuckert May 18
– Behold the wonderful website of Folkert Gorter’s Superfamous Studios
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Mark Stuckert May 18
– Check out Feedtype’s (free) More Gothic: More Gothic was drawn by Feed for the project A Book About, commissioned by Corinn Gerber and Benjamin Thorel at Art Metropole, in Toronto. This display font presents an assortment of boxy and rowdy letterforms…
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Mark Stuckert May 17
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