Monthly Archives: May 2012

Is Faux The Way To Go?

Another argument for letting go of similitude in ebooks.

Posted in Book Arts, Design Ethics, Actions & Impact, Design History, Design Theory, Editorial, User Interface Design

Vintage-Style DC Character Posters

The thing that makes these posters is the use of the scanned fold lines.

Posted in Amusement, Design History, Design Theory, Drawing

Missing the Point; Why Internet Regulation Fails

When faced with repeated legislative attempts to reign in certain aspects of our vocation, we should pause and ask why the uproar and why these obviously flawed remedies are offered as an answer.

Posted in Amusement, Editorial

Book Design of Note

Typophiles, yes, I see it too. Please don’t send your hate mail. Just enjoy the layout and format this one time, ok?

Posted in Book Arts, Color Theory, Design Theory, Drawing, Photography

Site Maintenance Day! Horray!

Ofazomi may be down intermittently today for site maintenance. Or not… because we don’t know what we don’t know but someday I’ll be livin’ in a big ol’ city and all you ever gonna be is stuck at a desk doing upgrades.

Posted in Amusement, Notification