Paper fruit wrappers from Legufrulabelofolie.
Via Letterology, via Quipsologies
Japanese “furoshiki” scarf designed by The Link Collective, a pair of collaborators on opposite sides of the world.
Bonus: they also sell special straps and instructions for converting your scarf into a handbag. Brilliant.
Patterned ceramic tiles by Matt W. Moore.
Pages from Leo Lionni’s Designs for the Printed Page, intended, believe it or not, to sell advertising in the pages of Fortune.
Read more on Imprint.
23D Skeleton Chair by Gustav Duesing, via Chair Blog. (Yes, there’s a chair blog. It’s quite good, actually.)
This, my friends, is an infographic.
By Peter Funt and Martin Venezky for The New York Times.
Yes. Take care of the details, and the rest takes care of itself.
“Nothing is Original” poster by Mark Malazarte, quote by Jim Jarmusch.
Buckminster Fuller at Black Mountain College, from North Carolina State Archives.
There’s plenty more photos here.
Via Colin Dodd.
From the “Red to Black” series from Chad Hagen.
From “10 New Year’s resolutions for designers” by Mike Monteiro.
Read them. Take them to heart. Now get back to work.
Colophon has a new typeface based on this stencil, with which “…every letter of the alphabet—including numerals, small caps, punctuation—can be constructed.”
You can buy the typeface here, and the stencil here.
Ice Cube Celebrates The Eames (by pacificstandardtime)
“They was doing mashups before mashups even existed. It’s not about the pieces, it’s how the pieces work together. You know, taking something that already exist and making it something special. You know, kinda like sampling.”
We are all a Part of the Same Thing by Dominique Falla. I think she loves triangles even more than I do, and I’m a big fan of triangles.