By Rob on May 1, 2008
A timely post from the Staufenberger Repository on clip art as I prepare my Powerpoint for next week:
Includes an outrageous comment from me suggesting that my old letraset uploads were without precedent. In fact, the very opposite is true.
Patrick sent over the direct links for each of these fine collections:
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Morning Rob; culfinglin here, enjoying finally getting around to reading your blog.
Even though I wince when I see some of the old ’80s art in the Dover books and Letraset sheets, I have fond memories of using them as spot illustrations when learning paste-up layout, way back in the day. I can’t look at them without thinking of the office waxer, which always dripped and burned me. I can still do veritable surgery with an X-Acto, though.
Hello! Good to hear from you, hope you like what you find… Activity round here is, at best, intermittent, and supposedly, of an architectural bent, but often, about whatever I decide is relevant to architecture this week. I continue in a long line of architects that arrogantly claim every subject as relevant to architecture and visa versa.
Been living here at this address for about a year or so, before that I lived at rob.annable.co.uk