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Graphic Designer We Love: Aaron Eiland

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Last week, we declared our love for TypeToy, an online reference library of all things vintage design and typography, but who's the mastermind behind it all? Why, Aaron Eiland, that's who. When not working his magic as Fossil's senior designer, Eiland designs, designs, and designs. Many a pattern, many a line, click through to see a few of his works.
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  Poster for alternative band, They Might Be Giants.
    Poster for alternative band, They Might Be Giants.
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  Birdhouse upon birdhouse upon birdhouse.
    Birdhouse upon birdhouse upon birdhouse.
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  The designer screen printed his own business card in 24 different designs, some of which are "basically useless as business cards." Gold on 130lb natural paper.
    The designer screen printed his own business card in 24 different designs, some of which are "basically useless as business cards." Gold on 130lb natural paper.
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  A proposed concert poster for multi-genred band, CAKE.
    A proposed concert poster for multi-genred band, CAKE.
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  "Random doodle just for fun."
    "Random doodle just for fun."
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  Practice makes perfect—a dozen of rejected logo concepts for various things. (Psst, we happen to like all of them.)
    Practice makes perfect—a dozen of rejected logo concepts for various things. (Psst, we happen to like all of them.)
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  Woodblock calendar that Eiland helped create for Fossil, based on vintage woodtype.
    Woodblock calendar that Eiland helped create for Fossil, based on vintage woodtype.
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  Part of the 'G' series for Austin's historic Granada Theatre.
    Part of the 'G' series for Austin's historic Granada Theatre.
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  Created for the To Resolve Project. 
Available as an iPhone 5 background, too!
    Created for the To Resolve Project. Available as an iPhone 5 background, too!

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