Archive for the ‘Analyse’ Category

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Jeg Liker The Zinester’s Guide To NYC

januar 4, 2011

The Zinester’s Guide To NYC

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker A Is For Armageddon

januar 2, 2011

‘A Is for Armageddon is your ruthlessly clever and gorgeously hopeless guide to the possible—if not imminent—ultimate destruction of our civilization and planet. From animal flatulence to economic collapse to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse—from lethal genetic modification to runaway obesity, super volcanoes, and World War III—the seeds of our doom have been sown . . . and our most dire possible fates have been stunningly illustrated in this edifying and uniquely entertaining volume of inescapable horrors, fatal missteps, and the end of everything.’

A Is for Armageddon: A Catalogue of Disasters That May Culminate in the End of the World as We Know It (eller fra BookDepository)

Tenkte dette var en fin bok å sparke i gang et nytt år med…

Merry New Year!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Bespoke: The Men’s Style of Savile Row

desember 5, 2010

Har tatt runden på diverse fora, så dette er ingen shocker å poste, men fikk tatt en kikk på den i går på Norli. Skyhøy coffee table faktor, men drita fin. Kommer med fin liten guide for oss som vurderer vår første bespoke suit.

Kjøpes selvsagt fra The Book Depository eller Amazon. Sorry Norli…

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Art & Copy, Objectified og Helvetica

november 27, 2010

Art & Copy: Inside Advertising’s Creative Revolution

Objectified


Helvetica

Synes disse fungerer bra sammen! Du får altså litt om – Merkevarebygging, Produkt Design og Grafisk Design.

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker 20 Things I Learned…

november 19, 2010

20 Things I Learned About Browsers And The Web

For Dummys…

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker BBCs A History of The World

november 9, 2010

A History of The World

‘At the heart of the project is the BBC Radio 4 series A History of the World in 100 objects. 100 programmes, written and narrated by Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum, and focusing on 100 objects from the British Museum’s collection.

The programmes will travel through two million years from the earliest object in the collection to retell the history of humanity through the objects we have made. Each week will be tied to a particular theme, such as ‘after the ice age’ or ‘the beginning of science and literature’, and the programmes will broadcast in three blocks, in January, May and September.’

Veldig fengende!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Retro Fonts

november 7, 2010

Retro Fonts av Gregor Stawinski

‘Retro Fonts is a fantastic compilation of over 400 of the best retro fonts from 1830 to the end of the 20th century. The fonts are presented in the style of old type specimen books as alphabets with sample words/phrases, shown opposite classic examples of the fonts in use in their historical context.
Arranged chronologically into eight sections representing different stylistic eras, each with an introduction discussing the typography of that era, the fonts range from Art Deco, Bauhaus and Swiss through to Sixties, Disco and Punk. Featuring both familiar fonts and lesser-known examples ripe for rediscovery, this is a unique source of inspiration for all graphic designers and typographers. The accompanying CD contains 222 copyright-free fonts.’

Ikke noe å tenke over en gang… Kjøp!

/Kenneth Tangnes