Sunday, May 23, 2010

Can you smell that?

...its the sweet smell of new free fonts.

Fontfabric a Bulgarian based font foundry always churns out gorgeous, and sometimes free, fonts!

All the examples below are from their free font section:
( I know, its too good to be true. Pick yourself and then head to their website)

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Call for Entries

Call for Entries!
Posters For Change

Here is the creative brief:
"We want universal abolition of the death penalty in 2010.
It’s simple. The death penalty is a violation of human rights.
Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.”
How does that fit with beheading, stoning, hanging, lethally injecting or shooting someone?
The problem is that there’s no going back on a death sentence. And in a world where every judicial system makes mistakes, it’s inevitable that innocent people will be executed. Which is simply not acceptable. More than two thirds of countries in the world agree, and have banned executions.
Sadly, shamefully, 58 still persist in killing people in the name of “justice.”
In 2009, countries with the highest number of executions were Iran (with at least 388 executions), Iraq (at least 120), Saudi Arabia (at least 69), and the United States (52).
In China information regarding the death penalty remains a secret, but estimates show that China executes more people than the rest of the world combined.*
But there is hope - the number of people being executed around the world appears to be declining. And in December the United Nations will vote on a universal moratorium on the death penalty. It’s a vital step towards abolishing the death penalty once and for all.
No matter whether you live in a country that practices capital punishment or not, we have to raise awareness across the whole world that the death penalty is a violation of human rights that has no place in modern society."
Everyone should enter.

Deadline: July 18th noon.

Simply go t the site, register (free) and submit (free).

Even better, Gen is on the jury panel.

Good luck!