July 2007


Consider yourself a traveler? Love nothing more then strolling the streets of a new city and discovering it’s hidden gems? This notebook may be the ideal way of organizing your trip, keeping track of your finds and archiving your adventures.This even works in your home city as a great way to keep track of the places and things you love.

Each notebook has an elastic closure, 228 pages, with up to 44 color pagesthread bound. There is an inside accordion pocket and three ribbon placemarkers, each in a different color.9 x 14 cm (3 ½ x 5 ½”).

Moleskine Catalogue

Here’s the cover I designed for the 110th mix posted on our peer to peer music exchange website. Pop me an email if you’d like to be invited.apmunoz.com

A year in the making, the Cheeta Fight Image Library is proud to bring you the first installment of signage images.

You’ll find hundreds of hand-painted and vintage signs from Chicago to Chennai and the Andean Mountains to the Ann Arbor’s boulevards. Incredible, one-of-a-kind typography, illustrations, and pictographs. The paint texture and color combinations make me swoon! Expect this particular library to be out soon in book form.

I’ve told you about StarRM before, but it warrants reminding you to return often. Chicago-based designer, Ryan Maconochie, continues to crank out the great design. From his BookBand self-published enjoyment to his new line of destination inspired t-shirts, his site will surely please you.Go check it out with the link below:starRM