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Monthly archive October, 2006
The Advocate - November

The Advocate – November

I don’t get digital


Oh look its Billy Joel, throwing a stone inside a glass house

There I've actually gone and said it, I don't get 'digital'.

In praise of the slogan


A shamless use of Woody Guthrie for no other reason than the photo is excellent and boy is that a slogan

It seems that the classic advertising slogan has fallen deeply out of fashion.

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Mark Earls of ‘Herd’ fame and I got together with Russell to talk about the way we set about preparing as planners for an intial new business meeting. If that is your bag then listen here. Russell and I did a couple of interviews on a whole load of stuff here and here. They take...

HHCL fest

Revolutionaries get shot on the palace steps

potemkin.jpg Sergei M. Eisenstein's 1925 film, Battleship Potemkin

I have been giving a bit of thought to HHCL recently.

Aphorisms revisited


A wonderful pamphlet by S.O.R.T design - The Society of Revisionist Typographers

I’ve been thinking about aphorisms again and why they are such wonderful things.