"Keep interested in your own career, however humble"
Max Ehrmann


Basil Gogos is an American illustrator best known for his striking portraits of movie monsters which appeared on the covers of “Famous Monsters of Filmland” magazine in the 1960s and 70s.

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From Wooden Toy Publishing: Fast Eddie’s, a no nonsense barber shop found in Allston, MA, one of Boston’s many historical neighborhoods. This place is the epitome of traditional Americana, which designer Richard Arthur Stewart wanted the brand mark and typography to represent; Franklin Gothic and ATF Bodoni scanned from a letterpress book with a mashup illustration combining an iconic eagle and barber’s comb. NICE! He also goes on to state “I wanted to stay away from the “red, white & blue” barber pole theme and stick with something high contrast and modern. Stark, rich blacks screen printed on whitewash 100 lb. card stock  give the collateral a strong masculine feel while referencing the brand’s age and history”.

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