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Eli, No!

I’ve admired the work of Katie Kirk and Nathan Strandberg over at Eight Hour Day for many years now, and finally got my hands on some of their work – in the form of Katie’s brilliant kid’s book Eli, No!

The story is cute, the illustrations are brilliant, and the type is nicely considered. My boys are going to love it (almost as much as I do)!

The blurb on that back says this: Eli is an adorable dog who likes to get into trouble. So what do we say when he misbehaves? Eli, No! Follow along Eli’s path of chaos, in a story about amusing antics and unconditional love.





Great Sporting Logos Are Few and Far Between

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Sporting logos or emblems often have a rich history, but all too often they suffer from ordinary design execution. Whether they are visually cluttered, too detailed, awkward, or over-the-top, sporting logos tend to fail on one or many accounts – and AFL club logos are no exception.

In this post I’ll look at the best and worst of the current AFL club logos. Continue Reading →