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Christopher Doyle Identity Guidelines 2008

Yesterday I was shown this piece of self promotion from Christopher Doyle, definitely one of those “I wish I thought of that moments”. Don’t know if I’d have stripped to my pants right enough.

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    24th Oct 2008
    9:29 am
  1. Brilliant!

  2. Liam CreanLiam Crean
    24th Oct 2008
    9:33 am
  3. Haha. That’s bloody great.

  4. JackJack
    24th Oct 2008
    9:41 am
  5. Think my favorite part is the ‘Clearance Space’ section. Genius.

  6. Iain
    24th Oct 2008
    10:24 am
  7. Love the been made. “My identity as it appeared between 2001 and 2006 in Extra Bold”

  8. Darren
    24th Oct 2008
    11:32 am
  9. Absolutely brilliant!

  10. martyn reding
    24th Oct 2008
    12:52 pm
  11. aaaaarggh that’s amazing. bastard.

  12. GM
    24th Oct 2008
    4:50 pm
  13. different – yes.
    rather egotistical? – i think so…

  14. Ed
    25th Oct 2008
    12:32 pm
  15. Brilliant idea, nice shoes also.

  16. joe
    26th Oct 2008
    1:33 am
  17. fucking amazing
    bit with he’s better half is a nice spin on the clearance space bit.
    made my day

  18. Claire Doyle
    26th Oct 2008
    8:54 am
  19. Chris is my brother and I think he is a genius! Love you brother xo

  20. kevin harris
    26th Oct 2008
    7:00 pm
  21. Ha Ha Amazing!

  22. Angel_Alvarez
    28th Oct 2008
    11:32 am
  23. Really great idea¡¡¡ I love it¡¡¡

    Angel Alvarez (Spain)

  24. Rachel
    3rd Jan 2009
    6:31 pm
  25. I like it!

  26. Jamie Runnells
    9th Jan 2009
    7:31 pm
  27. I don’t have any jobs available, but I want to hire you anyway!

  28. Charlotte Chang
    29th May 2009
    1:10 am
  29. I love the humor.

  30. leif
    2nd Jul 2009
    8:03 am
  31. bit ripped off no?

  32. roitsch
    2nd Jul 2009
    9:28 am
  33. Hey, did you see this?“the-bad-artists-imitate-the-great-artists-steal-”/

  34. MattSnap
    3rd Jul 2009
    11:08 am
  35. Excellent, and even if it is influenced by the Lief Parsons piece, imitation is the greatest form of flattery.
    Hats off (IF his guide lines allow the use of Hats?) to him and Lief for making themselves stand out in the crowd.
    Wish I had thought of the idea!

  36. rstone
    23rd Nov 2009
    5:29 pm
  37. This is a great example of the use of text in photography, I didn\’t overpower the content but enhances it. I love the play contradictions. Interesting that many people assume that something physical can define their \"identity.\" The essence of who you are can\’t possibly dwell there.

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