Articles by: Justin Perricone

Mix it up at AIGA Boston’s Cross-Org Afta

Mix it up at AIGA Boston’s Cross-Org Afta

Join us along with a cornucopia of Boston’s finest creative talent at AIGA Boston’s Cross-Org AFTA. Enjoy drinks, light refreshments, and seeing what others are doing. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to shake things up and rub shoulders with other creatives from a wide range of fields and disciplines […]

Zero to Freelance in 48 Hours

A big thanks to everyone who attended our “Putting the Free in Freelance” webinar. As I mentioned last night, here’s the “Zero to Freelance in 48 Hours.” If you have a free weekend, you can have a freelance business. And, as always, let us know if you have any questions.

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Pixels to Ink Presentation

Pixels to Ink Presentation

Thanks to everyone who came out for our presentation last night. As promised, here is the cleaned up version of the PDF without all of the bits that don’t make any sense without me rambling on. If you have any questions, please drop me a line!

Ira Glass on creative work

Ira Glass, host of This American Life, explains the long hard track of getting good at a creative endeavor. Simply; give it time. You have passion, you have taste. Be critical of your work until it gets to look, sound, feel like something you want to be proud of.

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Sign Typography

Sign Typography

Beautiful typography on a sign in York, ME. The letter “R” is always my favorite glyph. It’s got straight lines, curves, and can stand up on its own (try that with a “J”). This one is especially nice: it’s strong, stout, but personable and easy to read. Photo by Justin […]

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