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Posts Tagged ‘Nick DiLallo’

McCann Copywriter Catalogs ‘New York Numbers’

NY Numbers

McCann copywriter Nick DiLallo started an Instagram documenting the numbers of New York and the variety of typefaces and colors found in the city, called, appropriately enough, newyorknumbers.

Lovers of New York, photography and font nerds alike can rejoice in DiLallo’s well-photographed project. The numbers range from fancy typeface on midtown buildings, to subway stops, to graffiti digits sprayed on walls. It’s an interesting look at how locations can be captured in typeface, and the sheer variety of numbers in New York, and the city itself. We’ve included a few of our favorite numbers after the jump, but head on over to newyorknumbers for the full experience. Read more

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McCann, PKT Creatives Embark on Side Project Tracing Logo Evolutions

McCann copywriter Nick DiLallo and Publicis Kaplan Thaler editor Doug Zaner have a nifty little side project animating the evolution of popular logos.

DiLallo serves as creative director for the project, while Zaner is responsible for editing, animation, and sound design. So far, the duo has done animations for Starbucks, Apple, American Airlines, NBC, Gap, and UPS, but check back on their site as we’ve been told that “more are on the way.” It’s a fun little effort filled with brief, visual history and some past logos may surprise you (particularly Apple’s Newtonian original logo, the animation of which is featured above). Click through for the animations for Starbucks and NBC after the jump. Read more