Archive: Dec 2013

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: The Eggnog Project

    Madeleine Eiche has an affinity for eggnog. For this graphic designer, the appeal of eggnog is not in its ability to be spiked, but for the packaging on the outside. While working at a coffee shop earlier in her career, Madeleine always noticed the kitschy eggnog cartons with their mismatched fonts and chaotic colors. Drawing […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Snowflake Focus

    As you tune into the evening news, take a moment to listen to how the winter snowfall is reported in the weather forecast. You will notice that snow is usually described in large volumes, using measurements of its mass intended to intimidate the morning commuters. Phrases such as “eight inches of accumulation”, “hard-hitting snowstorm”, and […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Creation through Subtraction

    Usually when creating, we tend to think in terms of addition. Colors + materials + forms + light = manifested vision. It’s the combination and compilation of these various items that turn an idea into a physical entity. These additions are what build a design and define its identity. It is much more difficult to […]

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