debate 2016.

after watching sunday night’s televised trainwreck, also known as part 2 of the debate, my first reaction as a concerned canadian neighbour up north, was to cry (until i laughed) for america.

now that the shock has somewhat subsided, i thought, why not look around at some of the good things to have come from this debate, and election in general; most being design-related.

this jessica walsh and timothy goodman project: build kindness, not walls.


this video of the debate to the tune of ‘i’ve had the time of my life’ shows that the internet is truly a magical place.

the fact that #sniffles was trending; a very sad sign of what could possibly be in store for america.

this breakout star of the night: ken bone.




this fast company article that tries to solve which pantone colour donald trump’s face is.

this sagmeister & walsh project: pins won’t save the world


the now iconic identity developed by michael beirut that has taken on a life of its own at the hands of hillary’s design team, despite harsh criticism from the design community at the start.




lastly, that moment where trump referred to himself as a gentleman during the debate. comedy gold; we all know that’s not true.

1 comment
  1. Janet Weatherston said:

    Love that you are engaged in the political discourse ( even though this years is a gong show). They say people get the government they deserve – so get involved and change things!!

    Sent from my iPhone


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