James Bond titles for the Empire Strikes Back

Now this is really cool! Interactive artist Kurt Rauffer created this for his thesis and I sure hope he got an A because this is one of the most amazing things I've seen in a while. The Empire Strikes...

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Happy 400th Birthday Billy Boy!

Happy 400th Shakespeare! You doth look no older than 250!  

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Science fair 

As a designer it is always fun to go to the kids science fair and checkout the boards. Some kids (or their parents) do some cool work. Others, well, there's always next year...

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Monday, Pun Day

Did you hear about the guy who entered the pun contest? Yeah, he entered ten puns in hopes that at least one pun would win. Sadly, no pun in ten did.  

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Impressive visualization of US & UK bombing raids during WW2

A friend of mine showed me this amazing animated visualization and I had to pass it along. It points out the location of every bombing raid by the RAF or the US Army Air Forces during the second world...

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J.G. Ballard’s High Rise

I am something of a fan of the disutopian genre. 1984, Brave New World, A Clockwork Orange, The Road Warrior and other similar works of art made a strong impression on me. I suppose it is not uncommon for...

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Good Advice Marcus, Good Advice

"Remember how long you have procrastinated, and how consistently you have failed to put to good use your suspended sentence from the gods. It is about time you realized the nature of the universe (of which you are apart)...

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Holiday lights are bright downtown

I was digging through some old pictures and found a few worth sharing. I enjoy shooting at night in Seattle, the clouds, lights and puddles combine to make quite a tapestry of motion and beauty. Last Christmas the family...

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Rest in Peace David Bowie

Gone all to soon, you were a hero for more than just one day.

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Seattle photos from the skies on Flickr

I had a chance to put a few photos to my Seattle photo album on Flickr. I love taking pictures of my city, but this time I was able to take some from the skies. I had the chance...

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Always worth watching… Vertigo Opening Credits

One of my favorite opening sequences from film. Alfred Hichcock's 1958 classic Vertigo. Saul Bass was a master of the great title sequence. I've tried hard to be a very apt pupil of Bass!

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Comic Sans in the wild 

Bad font sighting. Spotted Comic Sans in the Asian Market.

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