11.16.09


My friends and all-around-good-guys at FormFiftyFive have conducted another interview with one of my favorite illustrators-of-the-moment, Hellovon. Although you can watch it above, you can get a little more background on the interview at FFF’s website.

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07.01.09


Fellow design blog Form Fifty Five put together a nice interview with designer/typographer Alex Trochut, whom everyone has been hot on in the last year or so. They did a great job putting together the interview edit and the questions were provided by readers of a the blog.

You can visit the actual page for the interview at FFF here and see some comments from FFF readers. Great work guys and a good interview to boot. Look forward to more of this from FFF in the near future.

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03.27.09

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There is some fun work in the portfolio of Bosque.

Via FFF.

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12.09.08

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All about Six By Ten:
“Brought to you by FormFiftyFive, Six by Ten is a unique collaboration between writers and designers. At FFF, we’re always meeting new and exciting creatives and we wanted to find a way to showcase their work and inspire people to great things.

We had a chat with our writer friend Laura Forman who introduced us to six-word stories, named our project and wrote the story for issue 01. So what’s a six-word story? exactly as it sounds. A story told in six words, no more, no less.

For each issue of Six by Ten, we’ll be commissioning a six-word story by a different writer and asking ten players from FFF to unleash their talents on it. So that’s one writer, six words and ten interpretations. We hope to produce a very special run of 60 editions of each issue.”

Kudos to the people at FormFiftyFive. Fantastic blog with guaranteed content run by some really great people with an absolute passion for design.

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09.17.08

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FFF author Sean Rees has some nice design work in his portfolio.

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