December 2007 Archives
This is the time of year when many of us receive Holiday cards of various sorts, including me. I am always amazed, not only that I actually get them, but what sort of design - or lack thereof - is on the cover of these things. I saved a few this year and wanted to share them with you.
Most of us know where printing and bookmaking all started, right? (That would be Venice, Italy - although the Chinese did much more than this many years prior, so let's give credit where credit is really due.) So, if you had a chance to visit 21st century Venice and do the same thing, would you? Well, there just may be an opportunity for you (read on).
I recently came across an online review/rant about a new logo design for the New York City taxi fleet. We all love that sea of yellow that comes rolling downtown in NYC, right? (especially when it's raining). Well, come to find out that what was to be an idea of upgrading the look of the cars and giving a new brand to a portion of the Taxi and Limousine Commission, turned out to be a typographer's nightmare.
Let's see it...