Back after a short vacation to Melbourne to see Sir Paul McCartney in concert. A large load of design related links to start of the working week (obligatory cat video back next week!)
Not my sort of music, but the Wu Tang Clan have certainly paid a lot of attention to their visual image over the years.
I’ve sometimes thought of starting my own Kickstarter project over the years )I’ve certainly funded my fair share of them), here’s some tips on funding your own Kickstarter campaign.
The Smudge reminds me of the type of publications produced by the British underground press in the 1960s. I’ve just purchased a couple of back issues and I’m really looking forward to reading them.
Speaking of the British underground press of the 1960s, this new book purports to include the cover of every British underground paper that launched in the sixties. I may have to purchase my own copy when finances allow after the Christmas season.
With each issue based around a single object, MacGuffin magazine is a platform for fans of inspiring, personal, unexpected, highly familiar or utterly disregarded things. It’s a beautifully designed magazine and weighing in at a hefty 220 pages, a thorough read. The latest issues is on ‘sinks’.
Looking to donate some money in this season of giving? Women Who Code and Design That Matters may be a good place to park some cash if you are in a charitable mood.
The Time person(s) of the year are the silence breakers. Thank God it’s not D2S.
Would you kill to work at one of these companies? (I might come close if Adult Swim offered). Interesting that The New York Times is one of the choices too.
Designer Dave Sedgwick discusses how to push a brief.
I’ve been known to take a Skillshare class or two. This one on The Art of the Story: Creating Visual Narratives by Debbie Millman looks fantastic (it features Paul Sahre as an added bonus!)
Legendary logo designer Ivan Chermayeff has died.
I really like these ceramic and porcelain ghosts.
What did graphic design look like in the medieval period? A question that I’m sure has been on all our minds at one point.
Lots of people reflecting on 2017 online at the moment. This is a pretty good list of what one person learned throughout the year.
Ultraviolet is the Pantone colour of the year.