• Arrested Development + Ben & Jerry's = New Ice Cream Flavor

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    Arrested Development is coming back on TV?! Well, let's have some ice cream to celebrate!

    Brought to us by local designer Jon Defreest, here's more from the same series of spec product designs:


  • Now Hiring: Motion Design/Graphics Producer - Accomplice/Toil

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    Check out this freelance position now:

    Accomplice/Toil right here in Boston is looking for a Motion Design/Graphics Producer.

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  • Now Hiring: Digital Designer / Art Director - FORGE in Back Bay

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    Check out this full-time position now:

    FORGE in the Back Bay is looking for a Digital Designer / Art Director.

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  • Don Draper Presents Facebook Timeline.

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    Originally posted by Eric Leist, who is based right here in Boston and calls a&g home.

  • A Southern Print Shop North of Mason & Dixon's.

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    There's something to be said about our "craft" – of putting words and pictures together to get messages and ideas out there into the world – and how in this fast-paced digital age, there's a certain mystique, romance and care that may or may not have gone missing.

    So, leave it to two Southern transplants who do digital by day (at Arnold & SapientNitro) to slow things down and go analog "to make things that connect people to places."

    How exactly? Well, with a longing for their home down South, they started Old Try and began making letterpress posters the old-fashioned way – "on old machines with moveable type and wood blocks, just like what would have been used a hundred years ago."

    And from what we've seen so far, we can only hope they stay in Boston and just keep writing these "love letters" home.

  • Kostas Seremetis at Fourth Wall Project.

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    "I create contemporary fine art using iconic characters from pop culture, from Rock 'n' Roll, film, comics and classic cartoons, " says Boston native Kostas Seremetis. "I don't feel paintings are individuals, they feel more like a group or gang... which explains why I repeat icons or images in different mediums and situations, to better amplify the body of work."

    Seremetis started his art career in local nightclubs and coffee shops in the early nineties (ex: Other Side Cafe, Axis/Avalon). He then moved to NY in 1996, where he still resides, and held his first New York Solo Show in 1997 (Mary Anthony Gallery). His work is collected worldwide, and he counts some heavyhitters as fans (and customers), such as Ian Astbury of THE CULT, who declared Kostas as "the Rauschenberg of our generation," and Darren Aronofsky who calls Kostas "an exceptional artist."

    The exhibition runs through Sunday, October 23rd, 2011.

    Fourth Wall Project
    132 Brookline Ave. Boston MA

  • Only 9 Days Until The 51st Annual Hatch Awards.

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    You going?

  • Welcome To Vibram Five Fingers.

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    Vibram wanted to make a video introducing newcomers to their barefoot running. Nail figured no one could do a better job of that than their current (passionate bordering on crazy) community. So they built a Facebook contest app complete with a shot list to tell the story. And with the help of editor Pedram Torbati sorting through over a thousand entries, they created this:

    We especially like the part about "walking your toes into position..."

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