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Regular Bold Italic, fonts with character for little money

Regular Bold Italic is a collaboration between Jeff Schreiber and Timo Kuilder. Two Dutch graphic designers who set up their own type-foundry offering fonts with character for little money, so that everybody can enjoy them.


This has been doing the rounds on Twitter but’s it’s too good/creepy not to share here again! Omote is a real-time face tracking and projection mapping experiment by Nobumichi Asai.

Tangent help design “the most successful” commonwealth games ever

For the last four years Tangent has been responsible for developing the brand for the recent Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Glug Birmingham: Midland Masters

With just under a week to go, momentum is building for the first outing of Glug Birmingham, titled MIDLAND MASTERS, an event curated by Created in Birmingham and Inkygoodness, in association with (the newly rebranded) Glug, hosted at Fazeley Studios.

Welcome to the new of Omnisense

This week I came across a website that offered one of the most immersive interactive experiences I have witnessed online this far.

Another collective

I’ve seen some pretty great design work come out of Portugal recently. Another Collective for example are producing some clean and considered branding for local businesses and are worth keeping an eye on.

Pixel Track, the low-energy connected display

Berg in collaboration with Future Cities Catapult, have developed a very interesting prototype for a low-energy connected display called Pixel Track.

Everything you need to know about planet Earth

Information design collective Kurzgesagt make short videos, explaining things. For example Evolution, the Universe, Time, the Stock Market or the creation of Planet Earth.

The story of Adobe Illustrator

Since 1987 Adobe’s Illustrator program has been an essential tool for almost every graphic designers.


Always nice to revisit the consistently great Helsinki’s brand design agency Werklig.

Shit showreels say

Motion designer Peter Quinn loves showreels. He watches a couple every morning while sipping his first coffee.

Interview: Frank Chimero on Another Studio

Until June this year, designer Frank Chimero worked under his own name. A lot of us designers do this and just as many will find a suitable moniker to work under.

THE NEAR FUTURE OF IN-CAR human–machine interfaces

Over the last few weeks London’s ustwo have published a detailed analysis of the future of in-car human–machine interfaces or HMI.

The Office of Craig Oldham: Interview

I caught up with Craig Oldham to discuss his recent work for D&AD‘s New Blood Awards, which draws together the organisation’s previous Student Awards, Graduate Academy, and New Blood Exhibition, aiming to create a simpler structure that encourages more young people to enter the scheme.  You can see some his picks from the 700+ portfolios represented here.

Secrets of a Signwriter

Produced by Yoke Creative, Secrets of a Signwriter – Is a moving portrait about one of the last original signwriters in Wales.

Spin launches a their new portfolio

The London design studio Spin , renowned for their clear & elegant design solutions, have updated their website.

Geoff Mcfetridge Sketches

I got lost in the sketches of Geoff Mcfetridge this morning.

Ayaka Ito

Born and raised in Japan, Ayaka Ito now resides in New York City working as graphic designer and illustrator at RoAndCo Studio.

Comic Sans for Cancer

Comic Sans for Cancer is an exhibition of posters inspired by the 20th anniversary of Comic Sans (the font we all love to hate) with proceeds going to Cancer Research UK.

Comic Sans for Cancer

Comic Sans for Cancer is an exhibition of posters inspired by the 20th anniversary of Comic Sans (the font we all love to hate) with proceeds going to Cancer Research UK.