The Digest (September 2016)

Lovably — "The Digest"
Issue #003 for September 2016
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"One September Afternoon"
Leo Dangel / 1987

Home from town 
the two of them sit 
looking over what they have bought 
spread out on the kitchen table 
like gifts to themselves. 
She holds a card of buttons 
against the new dress material 
and asks if they match. 
The hay is dry enough to rake, 
but he watches her 
empty the grocery bag. 
He reads the label 
on a grape jelly glass 
and tries on 
the new straw hat again.

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We have always strived to acknowledge the amazing density of talent in the design industry, so we created The Digest, a humble online publication and email newsletter that is dedicated to honoring some of the incredible work we see from artists all throughout the world.


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Resort Studio — Don’t Mess Around With Tim & Puma Mimi
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For the packaging and cover artwork for the Zürich electro-pop duo Tim & Puma Mimi, local design studio Resort chose a playful approach to representing the heads and faces of the two protagonists by introducing a die-cut in the middle of the cover, looking through to the record itself. It’s strange to see at first glance, and yet the more you look, the more you appreciate the tasteful simplicity of it.

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Stephen Antonson + VSA Partners — Better Half Blonde Ale
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We wish you a happy and healthy October.

With love,