Field Notes’ fall 2020 edition features the work of nine independent printers from across America, demonstrating a wide array of craftsmanship, ingenuity, and love for the age-old and tactile process of letterpress printing.
Originally developed in Paris circa 1900, this Art Noveau-esque display typeface has been digitized for your eye-catching headline needs.
A handy way to create, capture, and collect a library of color palettes for use in your projects.
One of UP’s classic designs is finally back again! 🎉
A beautifully designed guidebook to the unnoticed yet essential elements of our cities, from the creators of the 99% Invisible podcast. (Releases on October 6th, 2020)
Probably the most comprehensive and feature-rich alternative to Photoshop on iPadOS.
38 new, clean-as-heck shirts based on cities across the US.
Romantic and curvy, like a roadtrip should be, Voyage is a very seductive yet bold display typeface.
A colorful take on a classic pen, presented in an ultra-thin aluminum case.
A surprisingly delightful guide to creating effective, data-driven websites that will convert more of your visitors into subscribers and customers.
A nostalgic and celebratory look back at one hundred years of passenger flight, featuring full-color reproductions of route maps and posters from the world’s most iconic airlines.
The four shapes represent whatever fraction they are — e.g. 1 cup is a full circle, ½ cup is a semicircle, etc.
Maps of the best places to weather the zombie apocalypse.
Ten petite, eye-catching dot-grid journals that feature Pantone’s iconic color chip design in ten sumptuous shades.
A definitive and beautifully designed survey of ’70s, ’80s, and early ’90s arcade game pixel typography.
A modular, freeform control surface for a better way to create. (Expected to ship February 2020)
The font that can smile or be sad. Everything you type has a face, a typeface!