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Draplin Design Co., North America
February 09, 2007
Ring Our Bell
Posted at 08:19 AM


Bell logo history. Hey, Saul: 1969 was the best, dammit.

The Bell Pinto, the proven performer.

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Their days are numbered: The history of Chevron logos.

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From Brooklyn: Brave Space Design. We dig.

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Unsettling documentary: Jesus Camp. Little kids, crying their eyes out for Jesus. Yikes. Felt sorry for those little “Prayer Warriors.”

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RETRACTION: We thought this one was our favorite from the Wurstminster. Nope. This one was. So good. If I owned it, I’d scrap that frame in a heartbeat and go a really, really clean with it.

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An Olive Oil Labels Gallery, online, of all places.

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The same guy with the Olive Oil thing has a ton of fruit wrappers to get sticky with. Wahda, Domaines and Triffas, man.

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Let me tell you, I’m no fancypants high-falut’n “Graphics Designer” like yourself that all into your “marks” and your “type treatments” and whathaveyou, but I’m clearly leaning toward ‘64 in the Ma Bell overall best dept. I don’t know when the world of design was taken over by robots that had to make everything into single-shape ultra-minimal white knockouts, but I’ve about had it.
Wow. Real clean. Makes me feel icy and removed from your product. Sweet.


Posted by: Ryno on 02/09/07 at 7:18 AM


I loved all the Wursminster show entries (yours especially).

But the one you highlight, the one you changed your mind on, was actually my favorite: it reminded me of Zack, my maltese, who is in doggie heaven, (or for you non-believers, he’s buried out in the yard).

Posted by: momma d. on 02/09/07 at 8:26 AM

I love coming here, spending hours testing the links, being inspired to create somenting. Looks real good on my time sheet at the end of the day to. Good Stuff Draplin

Posted by: Chuck on 02/09/07 at 10:38 AM
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