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Musings: If Crash Davis Were A Designer

Our short musings on design, branding, business and the human condition.

With apologies and a tip of the hat to Kevin Costner for his wonderful Crash Davis speech in “Bull Durham”:

“Well, I believe in the Big Idea, the pitch, the hands, the power of a well-crafted phrase, the value of sketching, exquisite craft, late nights, that the work of David Carson belongs in the 1990s. I believe Paul Rand acted alone. I believe there ought to be a constitutional amendment outlawing advertising as branding and horizontal scaling of typography. I believe in the group critique, eyeball-searing visuals, under-promising and over-delivering, and I believe in long-term, ambitious, deep, professional dreams that will last the next three decades.”

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2 Responses to “Musings: If Crash Davis Were A Designer”

  1. dog says:

    Very energetic blog, I liked that a lot. Will there be a part 2?

  2. Saul Naselli says:

    My Best Actor For Every Time.He is true superstar.I Watches absolutely all movies with Kevin.

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