Creative Review reports on Bruno Maag‘s new typeface release, Naturalis. Branded the Helvetica Killer, it aims to do just that. And it does so with good argument and justification, just like a hundred other typefaces out there that nit pick and quibble with that ubiquitous if flawed behemoth of typography. I don’t know, can I say this on here…? I don’t see the difference. Kidding, I’m kidding!! I’m just a dumb 3D guy with a hammer. Sue me.
Bike Delaware News has an interesting follow up to Ron Con Coca Cola’s SVA thesis video which made the rounds last month. In the Zen of Roundabout Engineering they compare Ron’s video to a typical Dutch roundabout. It’s unbearably civilized. Everyone is so careful and courteous… I can’t watch!
I was happy to read this article in the Times about ceiling fans. There’s too much AC in the world. We can’t afford. It’s not sustainable. Ironically it’s only making the planet hotter. At the very least, adding a ceiling fans to an HVAC system can seriously improve overall efficiency.
Williamsburg wine store Vine has an amusing and candid blog piece about it’s process of getting started. Worth the read..
I’d also like to pay respect to their new logo. The simple use of a bicycle graphic for a wine store is an extremely succinct messaging and service tactic. They deliver!