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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Monster.com by Siegel+Gale

Brand new - Mon, 07/14/2014 - 13:36
Established in 1999, Monster.com has become one of the (if not the) leading online employment resources, hosting over 200 million registered users worldwide since it started, with approximately one million job postings at any time, and providing support through more than 40 offices worldwide. Seeking... Armin http://www.underconsideration.com
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Sim Chi Yin Joins VII Photo Agency

Unbeige - Mon, 07/14/2014 - 13:22


A view of the Yangon River, March 23, 2012. From Sim Chi Yin’s “Burmese Spring” series.

Beijing-based photographer Sim Chi Yin is the newest member of VII, the photo agency founded in 2001 with the goal of “documenting conflict—environmental, social and political, both violent and non-violent—to produce an unflinching record of the injustices created and experienced by people caught up in the events they describe.” As the collectively owned agency’s nineteenth member, she joins an esteemed group that includes Ron Haviv, Stephanie Sinclair, Ed Kashi, and Marcus Bleasdale, who worked closely with Chi Yin in the VII Mentor Program.

In just a few years, Chi Yin has made a name for herself by tackling stories on migrant labor, income inequality, and urbanization in China. She also shoots regularly for The New York Times and has completed assignments for publications including The New Yorker, Time, The New York Times Magazine, and Le Monde. “I’ve been thrown into the assignment world rather quickly,” says Chi Yin, who became a freelance photographer in 2011. “And now, I would very much like to do more thoughtful, meaningful group projects on global issues, and work on more social/community engagement with photography-based work. VII is already well-known and respected for its ethos: socially-concerned photography, so that befits my personal direction.”

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SmartMask Updated for Creating Masks in Adobe Photoshop

Graphics.com - Mon, 07/14/2014 - 00:00
The latest version of the cross-platform Photoshop plugin and standalone application for creating masks is compatible with Adobe Creative Cloud 2014, as well as receiving performance and functionality enhancements.
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Bronson Watermarker PDF Released for Secure Adobe PDF Creation

Graphics.com - Mon, 07/14/2014 - 00:00

Bronson Watermarker PDF provides a more flexible way to add watermarks to Mac PDF documents than Adobe Acrobat, as well as password protection.

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Rich Brilliant Willing Gets in the Summer Spirit with ‘Seasonal Logo’

Unbeige - Fri, 07/11/2014 - 14:17

Aside from prime time for Le Corbusier-inspired couture confections, the days bounded by July 4th and Labor Day are high summer, a time of sunshine and swimming pools, ice cream and reruns, flip-flops and the illusion that you will read—or at least lovingly stroke—that teetering stack of books that have been accumulating on and around your nightstand since Christmas. But while the December holidays are celebrated with a great decking of halls (as well as homes, trees, yards, websites, and social media platforms), summer is typically welcomed with little more than picnic-themed grocery store displays before it is ushered offstage in a blaze of back-to-school-themed commercials. Not so fast! The sunny design types at Rich Brilliant Willing are savoring the season with “an unofficial seasonal logo” (pictured), which transforms their minimalist monogrammed hexagon for something a little more playful. Need more help lightening up? We suggest RBW’s “space- and earth-friendly” Delta table lamp.

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MotionComposer Updated for Creating Flash and HTML5 Interactive Content

Graphics.com - Fri, 07/11/2014 - 00:00

MotionComposer generates smooth animations, and renders both Flash and HTML5 code that can be pasted into a web page.

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Creating Drop Caps in Adobe InDesign

Graphics.com - Fri, 07/11/2014 - 00:00
Current variations include hung caps, several forms of dropped caps, and raised, or stick-up, caps. Adobe InDesign uses the term drop cap for all initial cap styling.
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Favorite Thing: MZ Wallace’s Artists for Haiti Tote Returns

Unbeige - Thu, 07/10/2014 - 13:42

Artist Raymond Pettibon‘s enchanting scrawl, a very good cause, and sequins: a more appealing trio of reasons to purchase a new tote bag we have not encountered. The accessories wizards over at MZ Wallace have gone into their capacious bag vault (which we imagine to be a milky white, high-ceilinged affair that smacks of Richard Gluckman) to reissue their Artists for Haiti tote, created in 2011 to raise funds for the nonprofit that supports education and health charities in Haiti. All proceeds from sales of the $175 nylon bag—originally in black and now in a creamy khaki dusted with bronze sequins and featuring Pettibon’s lettering on the leather handles—will benefit programs endowed by Artists for Haiti.

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MAPublisher Plugin Enhanced for Map Creation in Adobe Illustrator Creative Cloud 2014

Graphics.com - Thu, 07/10/2014 - 00:00

The Adobe Illustrator plugin adds support for Creative Cloud 2014 and a range of new functionality.

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PDF2ID and ID2Office Updated for Adobe InDesign Creative Cloud 2014 Conversion

Graphics.com - Thu, 07/10/2014 - 00:00
The latest versions of PDF2ID and ID2Office are now compatible with the Creative Cloud 2014 version of Adobe InDesign.
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At Chanel, Le Corbusier Inspires Concrete Couture

Unbeige - Wed, 07/09/2014 - 14:12


At left, a view of the Paris apartment designed by Le Corbusier that inspired Chanel’s latest haute couture collection and runway show. (Photos from right: © FLC/ADAGP, Olivier Saillant)

Having recently tapped into markets high (fine art) and low (the grocery store) to inspire his collections for the megahouse of Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld looked to the work of Le Corbusier to fire up his creativity for the fall couture. With the blessing of the Le Corbusier Foundation, he transformed the Grand Palais to resemble the paradoxical outdoor living room, complete with fireplace, of the long-demolished Champs-Elysées apartment that Corbu designed in 1929 for one Charles de Beistegui. “All white concrete, with some baroque elements,” said Lagerfeld yesterday in a post-show interview, as he described his architectural inspiration.

The modern material found its way into the collection via tiny tiles of gray and white concrete (pink and green are in the works) that Lagerfeld used for elaborate or starkly geometric mosaic-style embroideries that accented bodices, traced hems, and encrusted entire dresses, all shown with flat sandals and feather-like hairstyles. “What I liked about this collection is that it’s really flawless, impeccable shapes—they’re light, they float, they don’t walk heavily…and I think that makes it more modern.”
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Quote of Note | Ed Ruscha

Unbeige - Wed, 07/09/2014 - 01:41

“I can’t stop looking at this guy, because he looks like somebody on the street, like somebody I know. If you cut his hair a little different, he might be a baseball player—I don’t know. He could be José Canseco. He’s got a certain look that puts him into the twenty-first century. Most paintings of people do not, so it’s really unusual, especially with Memling’s pictures. They sort of cross centuries. And I like to be aware of that. Every so often I’ll see someone on the street that looks to me like they’re from 1950—they’re dressed like they are today, in today’s clothing, but they still have a 1950 face. And this man has a twenty-first century face somehow.”

-Artist Ed Ruscha on Hans Memling‘s Portrait of a Man, c.1470, during a recent event at the Frick Collection

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Design Jobs: Emerald Expositions, Yodle, Kveller.com

Unbeige - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 18:30

This week, Emerald Expositions is hiring a graphic designer, while Yodle needs a visual designer. Kveller.com is seeking a graphic designer, and Trapeze is on the hunt for an art director. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

Graphic Designer Emerald Expositions (White Plains, NY) Visual Designer Yodle (New York, NY) Graphic Designer Kveller.com (New York, NY) Art Director Trapeze (Toronto, Canada) Senior Designer College of Architecture, IIT (Chicago, IL)

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NYHS Exhibit Fêtes Ludwig Bemelmans and Madeline on Her 75th Anniversary

Unbeige - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 13:35

Nancy Lazarus heads up Fifth Avenue covered in vines, in search of twelve little girls in two straight lines, or at least the smallest one of the bunch: Madeline, and her creator.


Madeline at the Paris Flower Market, 1955. Courtesy the Estate of Ludwig Bemelmans.

As a hotelier, cartoonist, and fabric designer, Ludwig Bemelmans was a jack of all trades, but Madeline, published in 1939, became his masterpiece. The New York Historical Society is marking the 75th anniversary with a retrospective of his career. “Madeline in New York: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans,” is on view through October 19.

“He took any jobs that came along,” said exhibition curator Jane Bayard Curley of the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Massachusetts, the show’s organizer. Over 100 works are on display, reflecting Bemelmans’ many talents: drawings, paintings, manuscripts, photographs, and specially commissioned objects, including murals for the playroom of Christina, the Onassis yacht. Bemelmans’ family opened their archives to lend artwork and memorabilia.

“We created a faux Bemelmans’ Bar, but don’t tell the Carlyle,” joked Charles Royce, who along with his wife Deborah, lent murals from their luxury hotel, Ocean House in Watch Hill, Rhode Island. They acquired six plaster works, which had once graced the walls of Bemelmans’ La Colombe bistro in Paris. Royce was referring of course to New York’s Carlyle Hotel, where Bemelmans painted murals depicting the seasons of Central Park.
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Linked: Brands with Character

Brand new - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 03:58
A promising new book focusing on logos, identities, and brands built around characters. Preview at the link, pre-order on Amazon here.... Armin http://www.underconsideration.com
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FontAgent Pro Updated for Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 Mac Font Management

Graphics.com - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 00:00

FontAgent Pro provides a wide array of Mac font management capabilities, including a font integrity engine that diagnoses font problems before fonts can be used; auto-activation plugins for Adobe applications and QuarkXPress that find, match and activate fonts as users open documents; the printing of hardcopy and creation of PDF sample books for any group of fonts; the display of fonts in cascading point sizes; font archiving that automatically backs up font files; startup fonts and sets that activate fonts when the font manager starts up; and design tools.

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Top 10 Reasons I Left Advertising for Bus Driving

Graphics.com - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 00:00
The quickest way to trick someone out of their money is to gain their trust. You gain trust by making an emotional connection with someone. The easiest way to make an emotional connection is to share a laugh. This is why so many ads try to be funny. Funny = Money.
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Watch: Marina Abramovic Teams with Adidas on New Film

Unbeige - Mon, 07/07/2014 - 14:54

Opposing bunches of talented young people shuttle purposefully from one side of a rectangular surface to another. Sound familiar? No, it’s not the World Cup—sorry, the 2014 FIFA World Cup™—but Marina Abramovic‘s restaging of her 1978 performance Work Relation. And hold on to your Sambas, because the film (below), which was shot in Brooklyn by Dustin Lynn and debuted today on Nick Knight‘s Showstudio, was made in collaboration with Adidas. And so the eleven performers, wearing white lab coats bearing the monogram of the Marina Abramovic Institute and Adidas kicks as they go about their competitive task, evoke a team of clinically precise athletes, with Abramovic in the role of wise referee.

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Call for Entries: e-on 3D Environment Competition 2014

Graphics.com - Mon, 07/07/2014 - 00:00

e-on software has built a solid reputation as a developer of such graphics applications as Plant Factory, Ozone and most notably Vue

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