Studio Pattern and Symplified create a scary, slick infographic


With jarring colors and a set of interesting evil robots, we brought visual impact to this alarming set of statistics and are helping Symplified get it shared around on the internet. Here’s hoping it makes some waves!

26 Nov 2012, Posted by brittany in Studio News, 0 Comments Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Beer Mat Testimonial


Recently, we created a new Beer Mat that sits on tables at the Wynkoop Brewing Company. It encourages patrons to order up one of three “trains” of five sample-sized beers—expertly coordinated tastes that give an overview of the range of beers Wynkoop brews. Each train features a seasonal, limited-release selection that currently ranges from Elitch’s Orchard Wheat and 1892 Artesian Lager to Brittany’s favorite, Belgorado.

02 Aug 2012, Posted by brittany in Studio News, 0 Comments Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Denver Police Crime Lab Signage


If you drive down 14th Ave every day (like Brittany does), you might have noticed a new building pop up and open this summer—the Denver Police Crime Laboratory, at 14th and Cherokee. Zigzagging along its façade are organic window elements inspired by DNA helixes, as seen in the photo above.

31 Jul 2012, Posted by brittany in Studio News, 0 Comments Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Typatriotism


Still feeling like fireworks and hot dogs, watermelon and corn on the cob? Well, Independence Day doesn’t have to be over yet. See through today’s downpour (at least here in Denver, where we desperately needed it) to the best holiday Summer has to offer with this little Americana profile from FontShop. We really enjoyed reading about this American designer, whose works we use all the time.

Here are a couple less-well-known options he designed, for your next American project.

Californian

Heavyface Italic

Goudy Saks

09 Jul 2012, Posted by brittany in Studio News, 0 Comments Tagged , , , , , , ,

Guilloches


Guilloches are reminiscent of the shapes you may have made as a child with your Spirograph. As you started drawing with your pen carefully clicked into this gear-based toy, you couldn’t really see where the design was headed, but by the time you had gone around the entire shape, it was a really interesting medallion you could never have thought up or drawn by hand. I used to play with mine for hours, with the brutal pen pressure only a 10-year-old can inflict. There are permanent Spirograph designs etched into my parents’ dining room table.

12 Apr 2012, Posted by brittany in Studio News, 0 Comments Tagged , , , , , ,



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