A Job for Steve: Nixed Ideas for the iTunes Icon by Felix Sockwell circa 2004

The Logo Smith

The post A Job for Steve: Nixed Ideas for the iTunes Icon by Felix Sockwell circa 2004 appeared first on The Logo Smith. Early Nixed Ideas for the iTunes Icon by Felix Sockwell circa 2004 Been a fan of Felixs’ work for some time.

Ghost Box Records #01–20 (2004–2014)

Fonts in Use

Torchbearers of hauntology , chief conjurers of memories never had, musician Jim Jupp and graphic designer Julian House launched Ghost Box Records in 2004. Contributed by Love Lagerkvist Source: [link] License: All Rights Reserved. Entropicalia by The Soundcarriers (GBX020, 2014).


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Featured in Graphis Journal 363: Jeff Foster’s Vintage Illustrations


His exemplary illustrations have won him awards in Graphis competitions, including Gold in the Poster Annual 2004. Advertising Design Graphis Journal Illustration Journal Jeff Foster Journal Issue #363 Poster Poster Annual 2004 USA

Whereabouts: Alice Pasquini's line drawings on the back of postcards document her travels

Creative Boom

While in Madrid she completed coursework in animation at the Ars animación school and, in 2004, obtained an MA in critical art studies at the Universidad Complutense.

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The complete retrospective of Japan's ingenious master of three-dimensional typography

Creative Boom

He returned to Japan in June 2004 where he still produces various sculptures and reliefs for public spaces all over his home country, as well as graphic artworks.

A closer look at photographer Alec Soth's vivid portraits of people and places across America

Creative Boom

His 2004 series Sleeping by the Mississippi catapulted him into stardom: following in Robert Frank's footsteps, the artist documented American life on a road trip along the Mississippi – and did so in a very personal, poetic and melancholic way.

Clarks in Jamaica: Al Fingers revisits the Caribbean island's obsession with the British shoes

Creative Boom

His previous books include DPM: An Encyclopaedia of Camouflage with Hardy Blechman (Maharishi, 2004), Greensleeves: The First 100 Covers (Stu?ssy Clarks shoes might not be the epitome of cool here in the UK, but in Jamaica, they hold a special place in Jamiacans' hearts.

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Madeleine Waller's sensitive photographs of Bolton residents with their beloved mantlepieces

Creative Boom

One participant who escaped the civil war in Liberia and arrived in Britain in 2004, has kept her father's retirement badges from the Firestone Rubber factory which have now become symbols of hope, survival and an inspiration to the subject about what it means to lead a meaningful life.

What happens when an acclaimed artist loses his sight? The extraordinary story of British painter, Sargy Mann

Creative Boom

The Family at Breakfast Borgo Pace, 2004 60 x 78 ins. Sargy Mann was a British landscape and figurative painter. He was acclaimed as a colourist, and his diverse works are recognisable by their rich colour palette, distinct composition and a desire to capture a sense of light and space. Mann’s distinctive vision was deeply influenced by Bonnard and Cezanne, but his paintings remain remarkably original.

Scottish Photographer Has Been Photographing Ginger People Around The World For 7 Years, Here Are His 15 Best Pics

Design You Trust

Jamie Hallam, Scotland, Born In 2004 Just 1-2% of the world’s population have natural red hair, which makes it a very unique trait that can become a fascinating selling feature that stands out in a crowd—or, in some cases, cause bullying for being different.

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Only on Saturday: A new book celebrates the wood type prints of type legend, Jack Stauffacher

Creative Boom

He earned widespread acclaim in his eight-decade-long career, including an AIGA medal in 2004. Jack Stauffacher was one of the world’s most celebrated book designers and fine printers. A fixture of San Francisco’s creative community, he was a celebrated teacher and the brilliant craftsman behind many publication designs and renowned editions put out by his own Greenwood Press.

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Beatport unveils a new vinyl-inspired logo

Creative Review

Beatport, which was founded in 2004, offers a vast catalogue of buyable tracks as well as a chart, and several sub brands including Beatport Link – which allows DJs to build and stream playlists.

Punking The Past: The Steampunk Aesthetic Of Victorian London In Superb Paintings Of Vadim Voitekhovitch

Design You Trust

From 2004 he lives and works in Germany. Vadim Voitekhovitch was born in a small town of Mozyr, Belarus. He spent most of his life Belarus and he graduated from Bobruisk Art College. His style is quite diverse, but he dedicates most of his time to watercolor and oil.

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Barack Before Obama - David Katz’s arresting collection of images illustrating the making of an American icon


In 2004, David Katz worked alongside then Senate-hopeful Barack Obama as a photographer and personal aide. In 2004, after seeing the unique and touching photographs Katz had amassed, Annie Leibovitz gave him some sage advice -. David Katz started as one of the first ten employees on Barack Obama’s Senate campaign and spent approximately nine months driving, photographing, and serving the would-be president during the 2004 Senate campaign.

Iridescent Waters Subsume Lush, Floral Bunches in Enchanting Photographs


Björk ’s 2004 song by the same name inspired the vibrant series. All images © STUFF Studio and bloom bloom FLEUR, shared with permission.

Digging Into Java from Pre-history Till Now and Why We Always Go For It

Graphic Design Junction

Teaching Language For APCSA Since 2004. From 2004, Java began teaching languages for APCSA (AP Computer Science A) in their basic programming language class because of how easy Java is to learn. From 2004 till date, Java has gotten a number of updates.

40 Fabulous Photos of Kim Basinger in the 1970s

Design You Trust

Her other films include No Mercy (1986), Blind Date (1987), Prêt-à-Porter (1994), I Dreamed of Africa (2000), 8 Mile (2002), The Door in the Floor (2004), Cellular (2004), The Sentinel (2006), Grudge Match (2013) and Fifty Shades Darker (2017).

Site Visit: Bruce Mau

Azure Magazine

Following his work on the seminal publications S,M,L,XL (1995) and Massive Change (2004), Mau co-founded both the design consultancy Massive Change Network as well as the Institute Without Boundaries, an interdisciplinary design program based in Toronto.

Obedience and Defiance: Fifty years of thought-provoking pastel artworks by Paula Rego

Creative Boom

1935) The Cake Woman, 2004 Pastel on paper mounted on aluminium, 150 x 150 cm Collection: Private Collection © Paula Rego, courtesy of Marlborough, New York and London. 1935) The Pillowman, 2004, (right-hand panel of a triptych) Pastel on board, 180 x 120 cm Collection: Private Collection © Paula Rego, courtesy of Marlborough, New York and London

Reimagining the Swan Vestas logo

Logo Design Love

Also interesting is Ben Jones’ 2004 University of Reading dissertation titled Matchbox Cover Design: the evolution of and the influences on the graphical design of matchboxes ( download the PDF ).

Typeface Selection Resources


Thinking with Type , Ellen Lupton, 2004, 2010. Typographica’s Favorites , 2004–2018. A page of links, recommended reading, and strategies (to come) for students of the Crash Course in Type Selection workshops from Type West at Letterform Archive. Learning. Analyzing Type.

Typeface Selection Resources


Thinking with Type , Ellen Lupton, 2004, 2010. Typographica’s Favorites , 2004–2018. A page of links, recommended reading, and strategies (to come) for students of the Crash Course in Type Selection workshops from Type West at Letterform Archive. Learning. Analyzing Type.

Beatport reveals new turntable-inspired logo in brand remix


Established in 2004, Beatport is an online electronic music store, with a catalogue of over nine million tracks and with 36 million annual customers. Design studio Kurppa Hosk has revealed a brand refresh for Beatport, comprising a bespoke app and new vinyl-inspired logo.

Documenting the almighty button

UX Collective

However, broadening this timeline reveals that there was a dedicated area packed with UI controls to perform the same function for 14 years (2004–2018). How do we look back in our field?

Artist Illustrates What Spongebob Characters Would Look Like As Humans

Design You Trust

After revisiting The SpongeBob Movie (2004) for the 4th time (if you couldn’t tell, I’m obsessed with this show), I came up with the idea: what if there was a special episode that featured the human versions of these characters?

Shelter reveals activism-inspired rebrand from Superunion


” Shelter’s previous identity – which introduced the recognisable roof mark – was designed by Johnson Banks in 2004. Shelter has revealed a “determined and brave” rebrand which seeks to embrace the spirit of activism.

A new show is presenting over 15 years of JR’s thought-provoking art

Creative Review

Above: 28 Millimètres, Portrait d’une génération, Braquage, Ladj Ly vu par JR, 2004. Expo 2 Rue was followed in 2004 by Portrait of a Generation in collaboration with artist and filmmaker Ladj Ly.

Stunning Photos of Cher Taken by Richard Avedon for Vogue in 1966

Design You Trust

He died in 2004, aged 81. Born 1923 in New York City, American photographer Richard Avedon began working as an advertising photographer for a department store in 1944, but was quickly endorsed by Alexey Brodovitch, who was art director for the fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar.

Barry from Eastenders as you’ve never seen him before

Creative Review

Since his role on the soap opera came to end in 2004, Williamson has made comedy mileage out of Barry – most prominently in Extras, where he embraced the legacy of his pitiful Eastenders character.

27 recommended independent jewellery designers to follow

Creative Boom

London-based jewellery designer Deborah Blyth founded her business in 2004 while living in Italy. Happy Together necklaces by Mood Good.

Noted: New Logo and Identity for DVDW by Studio Dumbar

Under Consideration / Brand

2004) " DVDW (Duijnstee Van Der Wilk) is a medium-sized commercial law firm with offices in The Hague and Rotterdam. “That W FTW”. We focus in particular on the larger business clients and we are keen on their interests every day.

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More Than 90 Archival Photographs Celebrate the Unpredictable in Magnum’s Next Print Sale


Khalik Allah/Magnum Photos. From the 125th & Lexington series. Harlem, New York City, USA. Next week, Magnum Photos ( previously ) is pulling more than 90 photographs from its archive for a print sale that pays tribute to chance moments and serendipity.

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Nicole and Petra Kapitza on the beauty of colour, big breaks and running a creative studio as sisters

Creative Boom

Originally from rural south Germany, they founded their studio in 2004 in the heart of East London and have since become pattern and colour experts. If you're a fan of bold, colourful and geometric art, then you'll already know about Kapitza – the creative force that is renowned for this particular line of work. Nicole and Petra Kapitza are sisters who share a passion for print, pattern, minimalism and colour.

Noted: New Logo and Packaging for Vita Coco by Interesting Development

Under Consideration / Brand

2004) "When Vita Coco launched in New York City in 2004, not only did it bring coconut water into the mainstream beverage section of groceries, it re-branded coconut water as a premium lifestyle drink and helped start the trend of natural-functional beverages. “Livin’ la Vita Coco”.

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An Office Like No Other Revives Montreal’s Olympic Tower

Azure Magazine

in 2004.) You can’t miss it. Inclined on a dramatic angle, the swooping tower that crowns Montreal’s Olympic Park is visible from much of the city. But its unmistakable presence conveys an uneasy legacy.

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How Do I Draw? The Better Question is How Do I Think [Brown Paper Stitch Dispatch]

Brown Paper Bag

I grew up without Photoshop and Illustrator and didn’t use them until my freshman year of college (2004), so thinking about using a filter over a photo wasn’t something that entered my consciousness. View this post on Instagram. A post shared by Sara Barnes (@brwnpaperbag_stitch).

Italian Artist Roberto Rizzo Turns Rocks Into Incredible Animal Paintings

Design You Trust

Since 1996, part of my artistic activity is dedicated to rock painting art and in 2004, I published with Mondadori the book Sassi Dipinti, which achieved remarkable editorial success in Italy.

Clever Ep. 146: Roman Alonso of Commune Design

Design Milk

On this episode of Clever podcast , Amy Devers talks to Principal of Commune Design, Roman Alonso, who grew up in Caracas Venezuela, often traveling around in a motorhome with his family to escape to nature, before moving to Miami as a teenager.

The Print Swap Is Returning to NYC for an Exhibition at Foley Gallery

Feature Shoot

Now located on historic Orchard Street, surrounded by some of the city’s trendiest restaurants, Foley Gallery has been a fixture of the photography community since its founding in 2004. The Print Swap at Foley Gallery, 2020.

World Sports Photography Awards 2021: The Best Sports Photos Captured Over the Past 25 Years

Design You Trust

Paralympic Swimmer (2004). With sport mothballed for the best part of the last 12 months, the awards criteria was extended to allow entries from across the past 25 years for any of the 26 categories.

Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone Review – Best Drizzt Do’Urden Illustrations


The hack-and-slash action role-playing game, Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone was released on November 16th, 2004, and as you might expect it was set in the Forgotten Realms universe. Despite the fact that it was released in 2004, Demon Stone still captivates us somehow even today.

Exploring the history of the BFI Flare LGBTIQ+ film festival through posters

Design Week

The poster from the event’s 18 th edition in 2004 is the first Wood picks out. The BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival will return for its 35 th edition this week.

Magic Carpets: The Incredibly Fluid Rug Patterns by Faig Ahmed

Design You Trust

Ahmed graduated from the sculpture program at the Azerbaijan State Academy of Fine Arts in Baku in 2004. Faig Ahmed is an Azerbaijani contemporary visual artist who is best known for his surrealist weavings which integrate visual distortions into traditional oriental rugs.