- Maps, Books, Spimes, Paper: Post-Digital Media Design at SXSW | booktwo.org
"Lulu, and in fact any manufacturing process hooked up to the internet, has made the creation of physical things really rather simple. If you can think of it, you can probably get it made to your own designs in a way that used to be limited to specialised craftspeople ? what I call the Internet as Cornucopia Machine. Real things in the real world have a different (different, not +ve or -ve) value to digital assets, and have a different capacity to surprise and delight. And physical instantiations of the digital can be both archives and souvenirs (you can?t really have digital souvenirs ? a thought I?m going to unpack a bit more at a later date)…"
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- Different Strokes: Custom Alphabets Help Us Introduce Audiences to Artists
"What?s so special about a ?special? exhibition? For us, MoMA?s graphic designers, they?re special enough to require their own unique graphic identity, and oftentimes a unique identity is all in the letters. For two very different shows now on view at MoMA, Tim Burton and Marina Abramovi?: The Artist Is Present, we created two very different title typefaces…"
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- Iscarietta- It’s all for you
John Twells put me on to this. Tristram Cary was an interesting man. Looking forward to putting it on tonight. (More electronic music, yes: imagine him as parallel to the Radiophonic Workshop, maybe (he did also produce incidental music for DOCTOR WHO) – and in fact created equipment the Workshop would later use.)