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Art and Graphic Design is a world where going backwards in time can actually lead to innovation and creativity. Enter the world of London based illustrator/designer/printmaker Peter Judson. Highly influenced by the Memphis Style popularized in the 80′s, Judson creates geometric illustrations of apartment interiors, housing structures and other quirky objects. The color palette he…

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Have you ever seen something on the web and thought to yourself, “Why didn’t I think of that?” That’s the feeling I had when I came across the outstanding LOGOTHORNS account on Instagram.  They describe their page as “High-quality or time tested logos.”  That’s exactly what it is.  It’s an impressive collection of great logos…

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ART is not what you would call most of the gifs seen on the internet today, most of them are just a means to a quick chuckle and then you move on. But new artist are cropping up under the name gif artists, and they make some of the most surreal works that I have ever…

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Starting off as a Graphic Designer at Awards winning studios in New England, Chris Piascik accidently crossed the career path to becoming an illustrator. Being pretty satisfied with this strange change, Chris started his “ Daily Drawings “ in late 2007 and continues to post new drawings everyday. Chris has his degrees in Visual Communication…

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Unique fonts could be found anywhere. The Swiss Design group known as Buro Destruct is showing us that with their project titled “Fonts From The Flea Market.”  This “ongoing typographic discovery of typefaces” come from old dusty 7″ records found in various flea markets, garage sales and thrift shops around the globe.  This is a…

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On the busy street of Pico in Santa Monica lies a Typography oasis. Filled with historic letterpresses, brightly colored robots displaying poems of a typographical genius. As soon as you walk through the red velvet curtains you are immersed in a world of handmade letterforms, freshly pressed papers and shelves full of vintage type pieces….

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This Saturday, May 15th, the AIGA Club | Art Institute | Orange County will be taking a bus trip to visit the Church of Type.  What’s the Church of Type you ask? The CHURCH OF TYPE is the new Letterpress Studio of Kevin Bradley, one of America’s most prolific letterpress printmakers. From his early days…

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The AIGA Club will be hosting a bus trip to LA this Saturday on May, 17th 2014. Please make sure you pay $5 and reserve your spot at Student Affairs. This will be a fun trip that you won’t want to miss. We will also be visiting the Santa Monic Pier as well!

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