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Love logos? Drool over graphic design? These articles are for you, covering everything from creative layouts (both web and print) to double-meaning logo designs and artistic illustrations.

The Red Menace: 15 Vintage Anti-Communist Ads & Propaganda

Anti-communist ads and propaganda attempted to inspire loyalty to America, abject terror of the Soviets, and acceptance of seemingly inevitable bombing.

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Philography: Complex Philosophy Meets Graphic Simplicity

The bigger the idea, the harder to understand, let alone distill. That is the idea and challenge behind this growing set of graphic designs.

Company Capers: Ten Terrible Corporate Superheroes

The best corporate superheroes punch up sales while resonating with the youth demographic. These ten terrible corporate superheroes, not so much.

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Brand Re-Versioning: Trading Logos with the Competition

Our brains recognize brands before we even get to the text ... but what happens when that second of the process yields the reverse of what we expect?

Heat-Sensitive Business Cards Take On Temporary Images

Recipients of these ultra-creative heat-sensitive business cards for a photo producer literally leave their mark upon them in the form of hand and fingerprints.

Photoshop in Real Life: Portrait Series Takes Tools Literally

Anyone who has used Adobe products knows that they have necessarily become quite creative in naming some of their more abstract, surreal and unusual functions.

City Cycle: Curved Urban Tread Wraps ‘Round Bike Tire

Rough around the edges, we rarely notice the unique landscape that evolves from regular wear and tear on our bicycle tire - even our ordinary ones.

Sleek Internet Logos Echo Metal-Etched Japanese Cameras

There is something simply elegant about type-embossed metal - in part the association with classic high-end manual cameras, reprized in this classy logo series.

30 Days of Design: 15 Off-the-Wall Calendars

Why hang an ordinary calendar on your wall when you could pop bubble wrap, tear off the dates and light them on fire, or unravel the weeks like a sweater?

The Incredible Lost and Found Art of Hand-Painted Signage

Before the days of cheap laser-cut vinyl lettering, an industry existed for the purpose of hand-painting signage and lettering. Today, it's making a comeback.

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