Archive for the 'Typography' Category
– New rainbow, Sci-fi, or 80s? As usual New (now not so new) Crest for the logo trends for 2008.
– From a man who love typography to an agency who love dust.
Yesterday I was searching in YouTube for a tutorial that could help me to fight the breath of cod I eated three days ago, and after two hours guided by serendipity I happened by chance in a nice music video where a band was playing inside a children book, the ones with the pages made of paperboard full of levels which is possible to move some print figures.
This morning as usual I forgot the name of the group and the song and YouTube refuse to support me, so I found only a group of videos where print (or not) design techniques or styles like collage, stencils, wicked worn look where used for the background -or main – animation.
I ask to my music guru Tulsas if he remember some related video, and in a couple of hours we found these ones:
– Years and years and years ago, the man disegned the wheel. Today, a wheel show the design of a man: Self_Titled.
– Do you love pixel? I too.
– Writing hacks, part one. “Yes, alcohol is writing’s seductive little mistress. A well timed shot of whiskey can work wonders for the jittery, neurotic mind.” The best friend inside me (that I call Leever) thinks the same thing.
– Have you already tried IE fuc…ehm, IE 7 on your computer? Ok, the standalone version is here.
-You open the door of your office and say to your co-workers: “There…there was a ghostly car in front of my eyes!!” A Guerrilla Adventising driver was at the handwheel, probably. Or you hacked last night (see above).
– “I wanna destrooooy!!!”
– Well, say it (or better, says it). “I’d like a cassette with my name over.” Here is it.
Textorizer is a tool that transform a raster image in a vectorial image selecting edges e replacing them with text inserted by user.
The exit format is not a Flash movie, like some previous tools very similar, but a small size SVG file, available at last to “the big audience” (that didn’t download the plugins) thanks to the recent native support in Firefox 1.5.
Source code in C and PHP languages is instead available in this page.