Posts Tagged: designgeek

design geek: los angeles typography

The Design Geek series began as a way for me to collect and share my favorite aesthetic moments from Mad Men: all of the images and scenes and designery-insidery tidbits that make me straighten up in my seat. I absolutely had to bring back this feature for my very first post from the Best Coast. Downtown… Read more »

top of the week, 07.06.12

01.made I just posted this logo on my portfolio page: Pilar Alessandra is an incredibly gifted and well-established scriptwriting instructor out of Los Angeles, with a top-10 podcast. She approached me to design an identity for her sequence of summer classes, Camp On The Page. This was a vector art piece I created in Adobe… Read more »

design nerd glee!

I just learned that PANTONE is teaming up with Sephora to create a make-up line. Then, I learned something even more exciting: the entire collection revolves around the 2012 color of the year, Tangerine Tango. I’ve written in the past of my deep and abiding love for Pantone and the color orange. I’ve been looking… Read more »

Design Geek Review: bloomingdale’s holiday 2010 catalog

Taking a bit of inspiration from Nubby Twiglet’s recurring The Typofiles feature, this first post-Mad Men edition of Design Geek focuses on “found” typographic design. It also owes a bit to Nubby’s blog; I began receiving the Bloomingdale’s catalog shortly after ordering a wallet from their online store after first seeing it featured on her… Read more »