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Atari Game Booklet Covers

There is an overwhelming amount of rainbows going on throughout these covers—artists going through their ‘rainbow’ period I suppose. But you can’t deny that these covers are awesome! Do you even see the one for Super Breakout? Space rainbows!? Too good.

Most game covers now just look way too over produced and digital, like a modern blockbuster movie poster which is getting a little old to me. You know of a game cover that’s recently been released that’s just beautiful?

Hopefully you also find these retro relics to be as calming as a cool meadow’s breeze and, if you feel the need, you can check out more :)

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There’s a ton of time coming up with all these lockups and, for the most part, they’re all pretty solid :)

Selena might delete this post at any second since she hates my main man, Bobby D, so hurry and peep the vid and then check out a few of my favorite type yummies.

Now make a fresh type lockup for the next phrase someone says to you!

 

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Free BnB Screen Print!!

To get a limited edition print: be among the first to tell us what we’re gonna be for halloween in the comments, like sunshine, a unicorn, or a heavy/medic pair—first come, first serve until these prints are gone.

A while ago, we kicked off this giveaway on our instagram (@bossnotboss) but we still got some prints left over and want to give one to you since you’re awesome :)

It’s a one color screen print on 100lb French Paper, roughly 6″x8″. It’s an amazing deep grey on slight-cream stock—there’s also an alt print which is black ink on black stock. You know it was hand printed and hand cut with the love of a thousand mother bears.

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New Theatre Branding

I know this isn’t new or anything, but I still dig on The New Theatre’s rebrand so I gotta shout about it (as much as a blog post is to shouting….ALL CAPS?)

Interbrand was the firm who brought a refresh to Sydney’s 80yr old theatre of the people. Interbrand is HUGE, w 40 offices around the world and being almost 40yrs old, and, after reading through a heap of their ‘about us,’ they seem like they might be one of the most boring places to work.

However, I can’t argue with results. The New Theatre’s rebrand is beautiful, and was also very successful, noting that since the day of the brand launch, there’s been a noticeable rise in ticket sales!! Showing that some solid, thought out branding can make a difference, and that logos don’t need to be 3d w a gradient (I’m looking at you, awful designers) to survive in this world.

ps:: If you dig the font, it’s Metric, by Klim Type Foundry