Archive for January, 2008
There are more and more sites that I find every day which carry fun, unique, and bold designs and products.
A romantic twist on the usual Valentines Day gift.
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In the marketing and advertising industries, branding & creating logos, that are not only appealing but recognizable, is becoming a greater challenge and producing more competition among graphic designers.
Capsule, a Minneapolis based company specializing in brand strategy and identity design services has published a guide entitled, Design Matters: Logos 01, An Essential Primer for Today’s Competitive Market.
Essential is the key word here. This is a must-have for graphic designers, or anyone looking to brand their company, products or services.
(c) Rockport Publishers 2007
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Heath has a long-list of film credits to his name. My personal favorites:
- 10 Things I Hate About You
- The Patriot
- A Knight’s Tale
- Monster’s Ball
- Lords of Dogtown
His forthcoming picture, The Dark Knight, in which he plays the Joker, will be released later this year.
I’ll be staying in the River Run Village at the Keystone resort and I am so looking forward to enjoying another visit to Breckenridge. It’s been years since I’ve been there, and years since I’ve been on my snowboard but it’ll be a nice getaway, and a weekend that I will remember for years to come.
But enough about that. I discovered recently that 5 of the 10 Top Ski Resorts are in Colorado. I have got to go there more often. Here’s the list:
#2. Crested Butte, Colorado
#3. Lake Tahoe, California
#4. Steamboat Springs, Colorado
#5. Keystone, Colorado
#6. Vail, Colorado
#7. Jackson Hole, Wyoming
#8. Whistler, Canada
#9. Park City, Utah
#10. Mont Tremblant, Canada
They put together a great Gift Guide in early December which features toys, clothing, and hats – mostly created by stay-at-home-parents who make their products themselves.