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Archives For March 2012
I’ve been reading, or rereading a bunch of the classics lately. In doing so, I stumbled across these beautifully illustrated book covers by Mikey Burton. They’re a box set that he designed as part of his theses at Kent State. As far as I can tell, the set “Rest, Relax, Read” is not available for purchase. Bummer! You can however purchase the cover art on a t-shirt, from the guys over at Out of Print. You can also read a little more about Mikey in the interview that FaceoutBooks did with him.
It’s official: as of 0900 mountain time, Ronald Joseph Arron Burgundy is back.
Will Ferrell demonstrates his true passion: training and fostering wild dogs.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=FuKa07Hsmu4]
This has been all over the interwebs lately, and rightfully so. It’s just so damn cool. Lego’s latest campaign, “Imagine”, comes from Hamburg advertising agency Jung von Matt.
*It should be noted that there is some controversy as to wether or not this was an original idea or simply ripped off from an internet search. Regardless, it’s still pretty amazing.
The Hunger Games is officially playing in theaters everywhere, and I couldn’t be more excited. In celebration of this fact, I thought I’d post a link to the Capitol Couture site. A site created to mimic the Capitol’s hype of the hunger games, introduce the characters, and showcase the fashion. It’s exquisitely designed, and thoughtfully presented. But don’t take my word for it. See for yourself.