Symbolicons are a family of icon sets designed by Jory Raphael. They’re simple, friendly, and styled to visually match one another, which means they can be used pretty much anywhere to add flavor and style. With nine icon sets and over 2,400 icons available, the possibilities are endless.
This 4-tool combo kit includes a 1/2-inch drill with a 2-speed transmission, a 1/4-inch impact driver with LED light ring, a 6-1/2-inch circular saw, and an LED work light. Awesome.
A few of our favorite things for cooking and relaxing this week.
Yesterday we posted an interview with our friends at Baron Fig. Today, we’re giving away one of their Dot Grid Confidant notebooks and one 3-pack of their Dot Grid Apprentice, pocket-sized notebooks. At the end of the week we’ll be picking two people — one from our newsletter list and one from our Twitter followers. If you’re signed up for our newsletter,…
TextExpander touch from Smile saves you time and effort by expanding short abbreviations into frequently-used text. And With the new TextExpander touch 3 on iOS 8, there’s a TextExpander custom keyboard so you can expand abbreviations in all your apps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
We met up with the guys behind the Baron Fig notebook brand to hear about how they got in to the journal-making business and what things look like behind the scenes.
A smart and handsome speaker for Rdio and AirPlay.
The Doxie Flip is a mobile flatbed scanner perfectly designed for photos, sketches, keepsakes, and pocket notebooks. And this week we are giving one away to one of our newsletter subscribers.
The Felt Case Mini is a simple, sleeve-style case for the iPad.
Links to articles, videos, and photographs out there on the web that have a focus on art, life, hard work, simplicity, and mindful living.
The computer that’s been four years in the waiting, Apple today introduced their new iMac with the Retina 5K Display. It’s a powerhouse iMac housing a 27-inch display with a 5120×2880 pixel resolution. That’s 14.7 million pixels with a density of 218 PPI for those of you without a calculator nearby.
Offscreen magazine is a quarterly publication focused primarily on the people behind the pixels. It’s mostly comprised of interviews, profiles, a-day-in-the-life-ofs, original essays, and more. And we’re giving away a copy of issue number 7 later this week.
Josh Ginter is a writer, photographer, and accounting student.
A Portland-based conference for the independent creative community.
Little known fact about Tools & Toys headquarters: we’re a Kansas City-based operation (if you’ve got questions about BBQ, just ask). And we are pulling for our home team: the Kansas City Royals, who are making an historic run through the playoffs. Their first time in the playoffs since 1985…
At the end of the week we’ll be giving away a copy of The Sketchnote Workbook to someone on our newsletter list. The Sketchnote Workbook is extremely impressive and its relevance extends far beyond the art and practice of sketchnoting itself.
A Note from the Editor
With this new design, we are aiming to become much more than a cool stuff site.
Minnesota-based photographer, Shelley Paulson, specializes in equestrian portraiture and documentary wedding photography. She recently got hooked on the Fuji x100s.
A champagne camera for a beer price.
Making great coffee from home is almost entirely a matter of having decent gear, fresh beans, and a recipe.