"Love the design, however, we were wondering if you could move our logo about half a pixel up?"
— (via clientsfromhell)

GE Monogram at Bon Appetit Chicago Gourmet Event

GE Monogram at Miami Art Basel

99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.
99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.
99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.
99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.
99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.
99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.

99percentinvisible:

The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.

"Will my website also work in Texas?"
— (via clientsfromhell)
99percentinvisible:

 Logo style swap highlights the importance of appropriate visuals.

99percentinvisible:

 Logo style swap highlights the importance of appropriate visuals.

midcenturymodernfreak:

Meet The NAUGA!
In the 1960s, the United States Rubber Company (Uniroyal) introduced the world to their discovery of a supple synthetic leather substitute called Naugahyde, primarily for use as an auto seating leatherette material.  It made its debut on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Their brilliant “Mad Men" advertising idea was to create a fictional creature called the NAUGA from which the Nauga "hyde" was harvested. Needless to say, it was a huge hit. - Via: 1 | 2
midcenturymodernfreak:

Meet The NAUGA!
In the 1960s, the United States Rubber Company (Uniroyal) introduced the world to their discovery of a supple synthetic leather substitute called Naugahyde, primarily for use as an auto seating leatherette material.  It made its debut on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Their brilliant “Mad Men" advertising idea was to create a fictional creature called the NAUGA from which the Nauga "hyde" was harvested. Needless to say, it was a huge hit. - Via: 1 | 2

midcenturymodernfreak:

Meet The NAUGA!

In the 1960s, the United States Rubber Company (Uniroyal) introduced the world to their discovery of a supple synthetic leather substitute called Naugahyde, primarily for use as an auto seating leatherette material.  It made its debut on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Their brilliant “Mad Men" advertising idea was to create a fictional creature called the NAUGA from which the Nauga "hyde" was harvested. Needless to say, it was a huge hit. - Via: 1 | 2

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Christopher Wool at Art Institute of Chicago
http://www.artic.edu/exhibition/christopher-wool Christopher Wool at Art Institute of Chicago
http://www.artic.edu/exhibition/christopher-wool Christopher Wool at Art Institute of Chicago
http://www.artic.edu/exhibition/christopher-wool

Christopher Wool at Art Institute of Chicago

http://www.artic.edu/exhibition/christopher-wool

Joy Yee Noodle Shop in Chicago color palette 

  1. Camera: iPhone 5s
  2. Aperture: f/2.2
  3. Exposure: 1/60th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

Cool short on PRI Marketplace about the meta-ness of Exhibitor Show

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I’m not saying I would re-route my flight from Louisville to Chicago to connect through SkyHarbor just for a crepe, but I don’t remember ever finishing a “meal” at any airport that when I finished, I actually said aloud “that was delicious.” I know for a fact I have only “liked” one restaurant with an address that includes a terminal, and a gate in its address on UrbanSpoon.

This is the one: Phoenix SkyHarbor Terminal 4, Gate D5

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 21mm