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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.

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.

Visualizing Architecture: 15 Building-Centric Infographics

Learn about the history of architecture, the design process, architectural styles, the world's tallest buildings and more with these 15 building-centric ...

A’ Design Award Deadline: Call for Entries in 80 Categories

Design awards are about more than a mere prize or praise - they can and should be a platform for greater exposure to potential partners, sponsors and clients.

Reality Rebranding: Corporate Logos Get Brutally Honest

Would you still patronize these companies if their logos were more honest? These rethought logos all give up the real content of each company.

Face It! 12 Facebook Timeline Covers Worth Copying

Creative Facebook timeline covers can be awesome and hilarious. Thankfully, a ton of folks have taken full advantage of this opportunity to get creative.

Fonts to Faces: 9 Personality-Rich Typographies as Portraits

So what would happen if the letters on pages conveyed meanings others than the words they represented ... say, actual (versus just type) faces?

Screen Bean Machines: 10 Classic TV and Movie MINIs

Most recently seen in the Opening Ceremonies of London's 2012 Olympic Games, the iconic Mini boasts an impressive resume of memorable TV and film appearances.

Batman Infographic: The Myriad Monikers of Gotham Villains

A complex infographic from Pop Chart Lab organizes all of Batman's villains - even extremely obscure ones - into taxonomic groups.

Art & Sole: OSPOP Channels Mao’s China to Sell Shoes

OSPOP, the global fashion brand inspired by China's hard-working laborers, forged a unique brand identity by melding revolutionary art with modernist imagery.

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