Best Of MetalMiner 2010 Metals Appreciation

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We ultimately end the year with this post on a delightful category we like to call “Metals Appreciation. Every now and then, one of us will take a look at a metal in a new, fun or exciting light. After all, it’s refreshing to change it up a little.

1. “Glowing Hearts and Metals in Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

Nate Burgos, a renaissance man known equally for his digital design mastery as for his nose for off-the-beaten-path metals stories, penned (well, I guess typed) this 2010 favorite about the unique look of Vancouver’s Olympic medals.

2. “Lord of Heavy Metal Logos Christophe Szpajdel

Metals and music are a heavenly combination. At least for those who love metal music. Or the art behind it!

3. “Type Casted in Metal: Johannes Gutenberg’s Movable Cast of Characters

Would you like some history along with your metal? Nate serves it right up.

4. “Sound of Metal: Steel Strum with A Trussart Steel Guitar

James Trussart, a master builder of steel guitars, is profiled. Ahh, the sweet sounds metal can produce.

5. “Mob Tramples Employees For Low Black Friday Steel Prices

Our stab at a style popularized by “The Onion which, aside from MetalMiner, should be one of the “news sources you check every day.

Happy New Year!

–Taras Berezowsky

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