• Let The Egotist Find Your Next Intern

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    Did you know you can post internship openings on The Tulsa Egotist FOR FREE? Well you can. And you should. Whether it's paid or unpaid, for college credit, for making copies and coffee runs, or for helping you organize and archive all the work that's piled up this summer, interns are great. Find your next great intern here!

  • Geometric Olympic Illustrations

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    We still have mixed feelings about London's 2012 Olympic opening ceremonies, but we know exactly how we feel about these bright, colorful geometric illustrations from Greek artist Charis Tsevis - we'd give him a gold medal for sure.




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  • The Art of Logo Design

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    Most of this we already know, but there are some great nuggets of design history in this little piece from the PBS Off Book series:

    (Thanks for the heads up Tina!)

  • VDub Sessions: Tyson Meade

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    We love the VDub Sessions, a video blog out of OKC that features fabulous music from Oklahoma artists and artists who just happen to be passing through Oklahoma performing in the back of a VW van. The latest session featured Tyson Meade, who happens to be performing tonight at Dwelling Spaces. Check out VDub's library, let us know, what's your favorite session?

  • Free Tulsa Music Festival Album Art Contest

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    If you love Tulsa, love music, and love design, then this is for you. The Free Tulsa Music Festival is next weekend, July 27th-28th in the Blue Dome Arts District, and festival organizers are calling on Tulsa artists to create the album art that will be used for the digital album available after the event. The deadline has been extended until this Friday, July 20th:

    "Festival organizers are accepting submissions today through July 20 at press@freetulsamusicfestival.com. All artwork will be posted in an album on the FREE TULSA Facebook page where fans can simply like their favorite images until July 22. The top two choices will then be used for each volume of the compilation. Each winner will receive a FREE TULSA fun pack. Submissions should focus on what makes Tulsa a fun and unique city, and artwork must be a new, original piece."

  • The Perfect Storm

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    Press play, close your eyes, and be transported to Oklahoma circa the 1930's in the heart of the Dust Bowl. Beautiful, beautiful storytelling. Thanks This Land.

    "In this short documentary, folk musician and historian Tom Naples walks us through the dust bowl and tunes us into archival recordings and oral histories of the people who lived through the misery of those dark days."

  • QB Brandon Weeden Lends Name to "Little Miracle" Documentary

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    Former OSU quarterback Brandon Weeden, who now plays for the Cleveland Browns, lends his name and support to Swing from the Heart, a fundraiser for The Children's Hospital at OU Medical in Oklahoma City. Moved to action by his relationship with Gavin Kuykendall, Little Miracle is a mini-documentary about Gavin's journey through multiple open heart surgeries before the age of five, Oklahoma's gap in pediatric cardiovascular care, and how Brandon is hoping to make a difference for Oklahoma families dealing with congenital heart disease. It's a tear jerker, be warned. Nice work from Steelehouse Productions.

  • Around The Egotist

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    Time for another round-up of our favorite posts around the Egotist sites:

    The Chicago Egotist
    "Slightly Insulting Chicago Neighborhoods"
    (We will be honest, the context is completely lost on us, but the good design is not.)

    The OKC Egotist
    "Potluck Posters"

    The Phoenix Egotist
    "Pill Poppin' Good Times"

    The Portland Egotist
    "BPN Promotional Video"

    The St. Louis Egotist
    "St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase Poster - Carlos Zamora"

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