A running list of things I run across on the internet and would like to see again. All images are the property of their creators.

aw. Design can make things better!
via Quipsologies.

wnycradiolab:

Josh Lewandowski’s Pointless Diagrams

"The daily diagrams are submitted to us and the interns get to work combing through them for any meaning or point that accidentally slipped through. If they find one that Josh submitted actually has a point it is immediately incinerated and we request a new, truly pointless drawing from Josh"

In love with this.

(via the all-knowing all-seeing Metafilter)

inabrush:

Lettering by Matt Vergotis
Zebra Disposable Brush Pen - Super Fine

Watching a calligrapher work gets me everytime. I think it’s the precision, like an actor nailing a complicated scene in one take.

inabrush:

Lettering by Matt Vergotis

Zebra Disposable Brush Pen - Super Fine

Watching a calligrapher work gets me everytime. I think it’s the precision, like an actor nailing a complicated scene in one take.

Probably predictable, but I adore these.

Holiday Kaleidoscope postcards for Moo.com’s Luxe Project designed by Armin Vit and Bryony Gomez-Palacio of Under Consideration.

Via designworklife.

Illustration by Uraguay-based designer Martín Azambuja.
Via designworklife.

Illustration by Uraguay-based designer Martín Azambuja.

Via designworklife.

libbylevi:

Look at that floor. Just look at it.
Claesson Koivisto Rune tiles, via Designspiration

Posted this stuff on the wrong blog a while ago…

libbylevi:

Look at that floor. Just look at it.

Claesson Koivisto Rune tiles, via Designspiration

Posted this stuff on the wrong blog a while ago…

Typographic illustration from Sarah Maxey. Love how the stripes add dimension to the letters.

Typographic illustration from Sarah Maxey. Love how the stripes add dimension to the letters.

“Macro metaphors, on the other hand, are big—like an interface that looks like a three-ring binder with translucent multi-colored plastic divider tabs…for end users, macro metaphors are dishonest, no matter how you slice ‘em.

Kevin Goldman, Material Honesty on the Web

We talk a lot about “authenticity” on the Red Hat brand team, and this is what we mean. Be honest to your medium, your message, and your brand.

Bronze figurines by Walter Bosse, originally produced in the early 1950s. So much personality with so few elements. Love.

Via Fab, where reproductions are available for the next few days.

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.

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.

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.

This blog is curated by Libby Levi, but contains none of her own work. All images are the property of their creators.