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The Poetry of Smelling Yourself

Reading Stephen Heller’s article about the Businessmen’s Record Club in the early sixties: Early Rap: The Poetry of Selling Yourself, I was reminded of my fathers huge collection of inspirational sales tapes and how they could have been improved with the addition of one letter.

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How (not) to design posters for non-profit fundraisers

While working on contract last year I was asked to design some posters for the annual United Way fundraising drive.

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Trouble on the Golden Gate Bridge

This troubling photo stands as proof that a few years ago giant spiders really did thrive on the Golden Gate […]

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Gary Busetree

If a Gary Busey falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, is he still out […]

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Photoshop Tutorial #4 Introduction to Layers

Layers are an integral part of Photoshop. You can use them to create complex images with editable parts, blend them together in a myriad of ways, quickly check changes, or even try out different layouts. They are very powerful with many confounding features, but getting started is quite simple.

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