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A world-class performer cannot help but wince when someone sings out of tune. Athletes frown at an extra slice of pizza and a chocolate bar that mere mortals devour unburdened by the thought of calorie count and body fat. Writers have their own pet
30 pm on Sunday (March 9) at the Convention Center in Austin, Tex. The 35-year-old actor chatted with USA Today about the series, which is scheduled to premiere on Showtime on May 11. For me this character is allowed to crack open in a way I've never
01 pm on Saturday (March 8) in Austin, Tex. The 45-year-old actor recently chatted with The Hollywood Reporter about his new movie Bad Words , which was also his directorial debut. It was the greatest experience of my life, and I have had a lot of
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So you know that your company may to develop a brand, but what exactly does that mean? When creating a brand identity, you'll want to establish defined guidelines that cover all of the following elements (as well as any others that are relevant to
Scrutiny of statistics and trends is a bit of a patchwork and ranges from the useful to the curious to the downright preposterous.
Magazine Monitor A collection of cultural artefacts Mike Parker who helped popularise Helvetica died this week. You won't find a graphic designer who isn't familiar with the typeface (released in 1957 under its original name Neue Haas Grotesk). But
Story Mr. Parker did more than anyone else to make the clean and simple font ubiquitous. American Apparel, Toyota, Microsoft, the National Film Board and countless other companies and government agencies use it to present their names and crystallize
the shape of the circle that makes the "o" and the roundness of the "c."...A lot of consideration goes into designing a font, but somehow we're all able generally to accept the typefaces around us, ignoring their subtle design quirks as though they'
27 February 2014 0 View comments This man's facial hair will leave you lost for words...His incredible beard has all the letters of the alphabet plus a full stop and a comma...Mike Allen took on the challenge after a dare from friends and has finally