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• Quipsologies, is a division of UnderConsideration, chronicling the most curious, creative, and notable projects, stories, and events of the graphic design industry on a daily basis.

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by diane zerr

Campbell’s brings back the original soup recipe, but what caught my eye is that label!!

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01.19.2017

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by diane zerr

There is no one source for all of the amazing art and design happening with the Women’s March on Washington, but here are a few links I’ve come across if you’re looking for signs or other ways to protest visually.

Absolutely LOVE the torch of Liberty as a sign of power for the Women’s March in NY

Download & Print signs:
- Join the Uproar
- Dirty Bandits & Paper Jam Press
- Power and Light Press tote bag in support for Planned Parenthood
- Kick-ass signs on Upworthy

If in Philly, you can pick up ready-made signs from Amberella at One Shot

Make a Pussyhat

If you’re looking for more, check Instagram where many artists are sharing and allowing their work to be downloaded and printed for the march.

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01.19.2017

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Brand Mix: Mike Stefanini applies popular brand logos to completely unrelated consumer products.

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01.19.2017

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by armin

Abstract: The Art of Design is a new docuseries debuting on Netflix next month that focuses on eight designers from different design disciplines and includes Paula Scher and Christoph Niemann.

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01.19.2017

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by armin

123 years worth of Financial Times mastheads.

01.18.2017

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Coudal

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by armin

Great New York Times feature on book designer extraordinaire, Irma Boom.

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01.18.2017

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The Casual Optimist

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by armin

Thoughtful and humorous public interventions by Miguel Marquez.

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01.18.2017

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Colossal

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by diane zerr

I wish there was a call to action in the article, but this Girl Scout Troop was appalled at the lack of statues of women in Central Park. They’re working to change that.

Update: Donate here!

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01.17.2017

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by armin

The five best end credits of all time according to Cineflix. Doesn’t seem to go with their theme (and not included) but the end credits from The Incredibles is one of the best.

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01.17.2017

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Kottke

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by armin

The five types of rom-com movie posters according to College Humor. (Only two shown here).

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01.17.2017

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