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One week of The Guardian: Monday

UPDATE: This post has been updated on 05 April 2008. The original contents of this post can be found in this text file.
Well here’s version 2 of Monday’s edition. I like to think of this as 1.0, and the previous was just the beta. Software gets beta’d all the time, why can’t posters?
Anyways, I felt I ‘copped […]

One week of The Guardian: Statistics Collection

For an upcoming visual series on designing the news contained in the Guardian newspaper, I’ve been data mining through a weeks worth of the papers, Monday to Saturday (Sundays’ issue is the Observer so no Guardian then), and disecting all of the information. The information I took from the paper in order to create the […]

Illustrated headlines, part three

Yet another headline from The Guardian newspaper. Incase you’re not picking up on this, there’s a pattern forming here. I read The Guardian. I’m saving reading The Sun, or the News Of The World for a later date, partly because I’m saving the over exaggerated fantasies for a more befitting scenario, and partly because I’m […]

Illustrated headlines, part two

UPDATE: Have re-tweaked the image to further degrade the appearance of the boat.
Another headline from The Guardian, this time it’s a front page story. With ships. Carrying booty. On the sea. And maybe pirates? I hope there’s pirates. Arrrr.
“True scale of C0â‚‚emissions from shipping revealed” - The Guardian

The owl and the pussycat went to sea, in a […]