A print from Pop Chart Lab that literally shows you the ABC’s of typesetting elements.
14 interviews with some of the web’s leading digital designers about their lives and careers.
The complete unreleased interviews from Gary Hustwit’s “Design Trilogy” documentaries.
Some of the boldest, most vibrant playing cards you’ll ever own.
An easy way to snazz up your handwritten correspondence.
A beautiful book that celebrates the art, culture, and history of video games.
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.
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.
‘Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation’ is a great coffee table book that celebrates Apple’s rich product history and design language with over 650 gorgeous photos taken by Australian photographer Jonathan Zufi.
If you were the kind of kid who liked to tinker with gadgets and take them apart to view their inner workings, you’ll love Todd McLellan’s book, ‘Things Come Apart: A Teardown Manual for Modern Living.’
If you keep up with the web design world at all, you probably already know about The Manual, a design journal started by XOXO Fest cofounder Andy McMillan and with contributions from world-class designers like Frank Chimero and Ethan Marcotte. Each printed edition—of which there are three thus far—contains stories about what it means to design for the web and the people…
The idea behind the ICON project, as told by designers Nathan Goldman and Dan Kuhlken: “Every film has one. A signature prop, set, or location. Something that, in a single image, can represent the entire movie. With this in mind, they created 50 geometric prints of iconic places and things from various films and TV shows. Examples include Office Space, Groundhog Day,…
If you’re the kind of person who listens to vinyl records and also digs good typography, you’ll love using these beautiful, laser-cut wooden dividers to keep your albums organized. They also work nicely for books and other physical media. There are a variety of collections to choose from, ranging from $100 to $410 depending on size, orientation (vertical or horizontal), and typeface…