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Keep Talking Shit

Unde­feat­ed has a his­to­ry of putting out tees for the Lak­ers dur­ing the Play­offs. From a cou­ple of years back, they released the “You Can’t Beat LA” tees:

You Can't BEAT LA

This year, they released a bit more of an aggres­sive (but hilar­i­ous) design using the same style of typog­ra­phy:

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Of Hamsters, and Blake Griffin?

It’s not news to most that KIA has been pro­duc­ing awe­some car com­mer­cials for the past cou­ple of years now. They have been boost­ing up their mar­ket­ing dol­lars with cre­ativ­i­ty and humor; and they have the increase in sale num­bers to prove it. Whether the star of the show are char­ac­ters from Yo Gab­ba Gab­ba, ham­sters, or a bas­ket­ball star on the rise—Blake Grif­fin.

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ill-ocano” — An Adobe Illustrator Warmup

I’ve been doing some exper­i­men­ta­tion with Adobe Edge this past week since it’s pre­view release on Mon­day. I fig­ure to have a break, and do some exer­cis­es with Adobe Illus­tra­tor. Hence, the above: “ill-ocano”.

The Ilo­cano or Ilokano peo­ple are the third largest Fil­ipino eth­no­lin­guis­tic group. Aside from being referred to as Ilo­canos, from “i”-from, and “looc”-bay, they also refer to them­selves as Sam­toy, from the Ilo­cano phrase “sao mi ditoy”, mean­ing ‘our lan­guage here.’ The word “Ilo­cano” came from the word “Ilo­co” or “Ylo­co.“1

Yes, it looks like the spelling is off, but the expla­na­tion of why it is so and the exer­cise is right after the jump.

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  1. Source via Wikipedia []