In the spirit of the coming holidays, the good folks at Greenstreet are organizing a charitable cycling challenge to support Siena/Francis House. They’ll stick a bike on a Goldsprints trainer and keep cyclists riding it in shifts for 24 hours. The whole while they’ll keep the shop open and have discounts all over the place. And, of course, they’ll be accepting donations of coats, food and cash for the shelter. Stop by, get a deal, cheer on a rider and help a good cause. If you come in during my shift, you’ll get to see me riding one-handed.

Above is the poster I designed for the event.

Taking a cue from The National’s song, “All the Wine,” I made this card while sketching out some ideas for a project I’m working on for Maché

Emigre, arguably the most unique type foundry in operation today (and publishers of an excellent, now-defunct design magazine of the same name) has posted PDFs of 15 of their type specimens (and one complete font catalog!) on their website. Most of them are gorgeous. I’ll be going to Gardenmart before long to buy some simple frames so I can print and display a few of these pages.




My time in New Mexico is coming to a close. I’ve got 15 hours of driving ahead of me tomorrow, but a few photos to share now.

Today we all packed up and took a hike out on Bayo Bench Trail near Cory and Lis’ house. Maddy couldn’t keep her hair out of her face.

Cory carried Maddy most of the way in her backpack.

The whole group adjusts the baby carrying situation.

Kelcey above the canyon.

Baby Emily (to whom I’m fairy godfather as of a week ago) spent most of today napping.

Earlier in the week, the siblings Lueninghoener participated in a little late-night
vandalism . . .

. . . to congratulate my Dad on his retirement.

Ryan snapped a couple photos of me while looking out over one of the canyons near Cory and Lis’.

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Two-year-old + iPhone = Warhol

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I’m in New Mexico for the week visiting my brother, sister-in-law and their daughters. Today Maddy taught me she knows how to swing all by herself.

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