Mirror Mirror


New mirror designs are in the shop.

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Having some fun for a feature article in UPPERCASE magazine!

Typewriter collector Martin Howard


There's an article in today's Globe and Mail about typewriter collecting: "Rescuing typewriters from the wild
For aficionados, spotting a Remington Standard or early Underwood is like finding a diamond in the rough."

Watch a video about Canada's prolific collector, Martin Howard on the Globe and Mail website. Visit his website for a wealth of imagery and information.

A nice photo

A nice composition


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A nice idea


"We left two cameras on New York City Benches. What happened next?" Smitten/Cup of Jo

No spring in sight


no spring in sight from UPPERCASE gallery on Vimeo.

(The sound's warbly - watch it on Vimeo for HD and better sound.)

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Too small for Mr. Bean


His Mini is his comedic sidekick.

You transport the car


Photo by Buttonmo0on on Flickr. (Many great images to view from this designer/photographer in Wales.)

Urkel vs Elvis

My vote goes with Urkel.

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How it works


View the diagrams larger here.

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Isetta Ad

Isetta


These would be fun to drive down a smooth country road in Europe somewhere... It's the Isetta microcar from the mid-1950s. There's a company recreating electric versions, called the Harrington BB. "The vehicle's incredibly simple drivetrain has no transmission, relying instead on the wide power band of the wheel-mounted electric motors to provide smooth acceleration. There's a simple "forward/reverse" lever to choose your direction. They've clocked about 800 miles driving the prototype around the streets of Saigon, Vietnam without suffering a breakdown. Its main drawback is speed - it has a top speed of only 30 mph (48 km/h), with a range of approximately 60 miles (96 km) on an 8 hour charge."

Via Treehugger: "Have we grown so much in fifty years that we couldn't slow down a bit for safety, and drive such cars again?"


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Jesse Lefkovitz


This gorgeous print by Jesse Lefkovitz is this week's Tiny Showcase. (Jesse's one of the artists in The Shatner Show book)

Type Tuesday: Darren Booth


And my Canadian favourite and illustrator of the Work/Life cover, Darren Booth. (Buy the book here!) Apparently Work/Life is in the current HOW annual, but I have not seen it yet. It is also supposed to get a mention in the resources section of the March issue of Communication Arts.

Type Tuesday: Wise Investments


Free advice at PJ Chmiel via Design is Mine.

Type Tuesday: Linzie Hunter


One of my favourites, Linzie Hunter.

Type Tuesday: Andy Smith


Fun book work by Andy Smith.

Type Tuesday: Paul Thurlby


You can follow illustrator Paul Thurlby's progress as he illustrates his own unique alphabet. A through G are looking good!

Type Tuesday: No worries


Available (for just $15) at The Weekly Print.