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01. British Design: Not What It Used to Be

“Strikes. Disappearing letters. Shuttered post offices. Irritatingly long queues and suspicious smells in the survivors. There are (sadly) lots of reasons for the British to indulge in the popular national pastime of grumbling about the Royal Mail this summer.” (iht)

02. A Celebration Of July: Poster Collective (above)

“Returning for its second year, ‘A Celebration of July‘ displays 31, A1 posters each representing the day of a creative individuals from across Europe. Open to public: Tuesday 18 – Friday 28 August. Time: 10.00am – 6.00pm weekdays and 10.00am – 4.00pm Saturdays. Venue: Atrium Gallery, London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, London SE1 6SB” (typeneu)

03. Absolut Chooses The Flavor Of Boston

“What is the flavor of Boston? Boston has become the third city to be chosen by Absolut Vodka to get its own flavor. Like the old Absolut ad above, it celebrates Boston’s history with a little tea. The limited edition flavor will be black tea and elderflower vodka in a glass bottle that has a backdrop that is reminiscent of Fenway Park’s infamous Green Monster.”  (luxist)

04. Food Assistance – Good Transparency by Gavin Potenza

“Good Magazine released a new Transparency today, this time concerning the growth of food stamp usage. It’s crazy to think that almost 10% of the country uses food stamps! The chart was done by Gavin Potenza, who i think did an amazing job. I love the colors used and the food shapes are perfectly done and really recognizable.” (+kn)

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