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Brandon Schaefer
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Brandon Schaefer 7h
Replying to @seekandspeak
And "The Sins of Saint Paul" from 2004 which, honestly, has some decent reading in the comments below the essay
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Brandon Schaefer 7h
Replying to @seekandspeak
Only two pieces come to mind: Art Chantry's essay in his 2015 book that looks at his corporate design work
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Brandon Schaefer 7h
It'd be interesting to see more writing out there that is critical of Paul Rand and his legacy.
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Brandon Schaefer 18h
Guess it's time to start watching Columbo.
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 16
Replying to @dadj3ans
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The Casual Optimist Aug 16
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 16
Replying to @Alex_Horwitz
Thanks Alex! Ha - bingo. Good eye!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 16
Replying to @roboteyeguy
Thanks Chris!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 16
Kathleen Hanna, 1989
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 16
Replying to @joshua_hollis
Thanks Josh!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 16
Replying to @Becca_See
Thanks Becca!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 15
Replying to @stan_chow
Thanks Stanley! Sure you could. It's all just arts and farts and crafts!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 15
Replying to @DRWposters
He's great!!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 15
Replying to @dadj3ans
Thanks Garrett! You doing alright? Dead and or dying is a concerning bio!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 15
Replying to @AndrewElmore
Thanks Andrew!!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 15
New poster I worked on for Larry Fessenden's Depraved, coming September 13th from IFC Midnight!
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 14
You're good enough.
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Brandon Schaefer Jul 30
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 14
Replying to @todd_coleman
Same
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Brandon Schaefer Aug 14
The introduction of Jan V. White's Graphic Idea Notebook is the most honest thing you'll find in a design book.
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