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Help Justin 

Justin lost everything, including both of his pets, to a fire that broke out at his apartment on Wed. August 13th.

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IAAH™ / v7 

Ness does it again with Version 7. Solid!

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The Creativity Crisis 

For the first time, research shows that American creativity is declining. What went wrong—and how we can fix it.

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Level Vodka 

And I thought you couldn't top the last Level site. Your Majesty kills it!

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Beard is the New Black 

Dylan Jones is a designer, but you should also know this...He once scissor-kicked Angela Landsbury.

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Edwin Tofslie Update 

Tiger might not be stoked, but I am over Eddie's new update.

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Sapient 

New site and a lot of new work.

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Paths of Hate Trailer 

Stunning! Just watch it.

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Jim Carrey 

Damn this site is insane! A rather dark and quirky journey with Jim Carrey.

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Grayden Poper 

Grayden is a fresh face in the San Diego interactive scene. Damn solid designer and I heard he's a nice guy.

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New York Times: 14 Actors Acting 

Love this! Simple. Classic.

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Lee Jeffries Portraits 

Simply stunning.

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Journey to Zero 

Why would a car company want to talk about zero emissions?

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GIF.TV 

Get crazy at Gif.tv. From the makers at ET.

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Pureness™ by Sony 

Interesting fad in a phone. I like the simple design and the novelty of the screen, but can't imagine it being all that useful.

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American Psycho: Business Card Scene 

Only a designer gets it.
I just love this scene.

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Kern This. 

Think you're good at kerning. Compare.

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Vintage Logos 

Collection of vintage logos from a mid-70's edition of the book World of Logotypes.

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LOGONOM 

We know logos. Because, for us, logos are our life's work, and have been for over 113 years. - Bob Jensen, Dir. of Mkt. Mgt.

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HARVEST by haroshi “Skate & Destroy” 

Skate decks eventually see its life shortened by snapping, cracking and/or wearing out. Purchasing new decks is a never ending...

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