Mike Cessario, a former creative director at Netflix, initially developed Liquid Death to appeal to the straight-edge punk crowd that abstains from alcohol and drugs. He wondered why health products had to play by boring, established rules and wanted to create a brand that had tee[Read More]
Surprisingly good parody from Mother's Brewing out of Springfield, Missouri. Doug Pitt is Brad's brother who kept his acting (and philanthropy) chops in Missouri instead of heading out to Hollywood.
Mother's found inspiration for our new brew, Doin' Good, in Springfield's own other brother Doug Pitt; founder of Care to Learn and all around good guy. To that end, we feel good sending a portion of package sales their way.
Coming out of school as newly minted designers, we often aspire to the heights of master craftsmanship. We envision ourselves creating expertly designed, meticulously implemented products that inspire awe with their beauty, artistry, and execution.
Then the real world promptly smacks us in the face.
Independent type foundry XYZ Type (base in Saint Louis, Missouri) has released Study, a new serif type family designed by Jesse Ragan. Study is based on a typeface concept rendered by Rudolph Ruzicka in his book Studies in Type Design (1968), but never previously completed as a functioning font.
We slacked on getting this up before Christmas, but thought it still worthwhile to share. From the current and forever champions of the holiday card, Bruton Stroube produced, shot, directed, etc. this short film that tries to spread the holiday cheer. It may be even more important to remember to spread (holiday) cheer now that we're all back in the thick of working in our cubicles.