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Cardon Copy Gives Bland Neighborhood Fliers a Professional Redesign

Cardon Copy Gives Bland Neighborhood Fliers a Professional Redesign
Arts & Culture
Sam Biddle
  • 10 july 2009

Yard sales, lawn services, dubious residential daycare establishments—advertisements for myriad local low-end services can be found affixed to trees, telephone poles, and walls in our neighborhoods. What most of them have in common is their indifference toward graphic design—and can they be blamed? one puts up a flier because one’s cat is missing, not as part of a RISD portfolio. If they are typed at all, they are done so without any regard for typography; Comic Sans and clip art abound, and as a result many are ignored entirely.

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