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LineRead #2

LineRead #2

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Published by Michael Bojkowski
This second issue of LineRead, features more goodies purloined from Press Publish's official blog, Linefeed including the launch of a new project known as 'disconnect then fracture'; an investigation into occultish cinema, tv, music and publications; a round up of creative talent from the linefeed archives; a look at why modern politics is broken; a feature on the trouble with typography; a debate on whether Australian graphic design in trouble; 3 out of our 100 things plus scatch and sniff stickers from the vault and loads more. More info... http://presspublish.info/PRE1610_lineread2.htm
This second issue of LineRead, features more goodies purloined from Press Publish's official blog, Linefeed including the launch of a new project known as 'disconnect then fracture'; an investigation into occultish cinema, tv, music and publications; a round up of creative talent from the linefeed archives; a look at why modern politics is broken; a feature on the trouble with typography; a debate on whether Australian graphic design in trouble; 3 out of our 100 things plus scatch and sniff stickers from the vault and loads more. More info... http://presspublish.info/PRE1610_lineread2.htm

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10/19/2012

 
startyourown
cult
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This latest edition of LineRead has a dual purpose.Firstly, it's the physical manifestation of our blog over at/linefeed.presspublish.info/ (we'll get a neater address soon).It also introduces a new and really hard to explain projectwere calling 'Disconnect then Fracture'. Glazing unblinkinglyinto the crystal ball of future tech and visual culture, thisproject seeks to investigate where media of tomorrow isheading. It's not what you read, watch or listen to anymorebut rather how, where and in what format. Look out for mored–then–f projects coming up via Linefeed and other outlets.
So what’s Inside?
 
What’s Up Round Up
 
04 /
No Manifesto
 
08 /
Google Case Study
 
09 /
Bespoke Typography Case Study
 
10 /
T
ypographicDiscourse
 
11 /
The Trouble with Typography
 
12 /
100 Things #12
 
14 /
Vaultage
 
15 /
PoliticalDiscourse
 
16 /
Politicosis
 
17 /
100 Things #15
 
19 /
Occultish Feature
 
20 /
Response
 
27 /
Sites for soreeyes
 
30 /
100 Things #18
 
31 /
The Last Part
 
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LineRead accompanies the Linefeed bLog at /Linefeed.pResspubLish.info/ and is pRoduced by michaeL bojkowski.sub-edited by goRdon kanki knight — visit /kanki-knight.com/ many thanks to aLL fRiends and contRibutoRs incLudingsteven gRegoR, danieL gRay, Rebecca woLkenstein, michaeL LugmayR, Liam devowski & mike huyhn.vaRious dispLay typefaces use thRoughout avaiLabLe via fontstRuct /fontstRuct.fontshop.com/design by ok inteRRupt /okinteRRupt.net/ pubLished by pRess pubLish /pResspubLish.info/concept and aLL contents copyRight © januaRy 2010. some contents copyRight the oRiginatoR. cRedit wheRe cRedits due.any queRies RegaRding usage can be diRected to michaeL bojkowski via michaeL@pResspubLish.info
 
Modern Cult Symbology#1
The Pentagram
Think of the terms 'cult' or 'the occult' and most peoplewill summon up the image of the pentagram – a simplefive-pointed star. This is because pentagrams commonlyfeature within conglomerations of symbols and shapesreferred to as 'pentacles'. Pentacles are thought to bepowerful sources of ancient magic, to be used as spells.In recent times, marketers have cottoned onto the powerof the pentagram in order to sell ideals of mystery, dangerand the unknown to teenagers and young adults. You canfind pentagrams cropping up in the symbology of today'srock bands, television shows, clothing labels and moviesused to symbolise anything from 'gothic' subcultures toheavy metal music to witchcraft and satanism.
want to get yeR mitts on a d-then-f tshiRt?emaiL michaeL@pResspubLish.info and we'LL seewhat we can do. stocks wiLL be Limited.

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