Earnest and forceful, compact but not crowded.
A straight-talkin’, industrial-strength typeface in three weights and with support for over 100 languages.
A set of four pins paying tribute to the retro design aesthetic of Walt Disney World’s EPCOT park in 1996.
A bowl-shaped bluetooth speaker that can serve as a catchall for change, keys, or your phone, without affecting sound quality.
Pixel-style stickers for MacBooks that still have the glowing Apple logo.
Engineer? How about graph paper on the left side and lines on right? App designer? How about a blank page on the left and an iPhone template on the right? Musician? How about staves on the left page and lines on the right page?
A 98-page collection featuring 32 beautiful, interesting, full-color maps designed by cartographers all around the world.
Apple just released a new hardbound book chronicling 20 years of their company’s design, expressed through 450 photographs of past and current Apple products.
A visual overview of the innovative covers that have put Penguin Classics at the forefront of the book design world
An awesome-looking cheat sheet that helps you turn your own body into a measuring device.
Twenty commemorative postage stamps — with four respective stamp designs — celebrating the 50th anniversary of the original Star Trek television series.
Four t-shirts that each represent a positive concept — something much needed in today’s world.
A new book examining the computer’s lasting impact on the field of design.
A new typeface designed for text, text, and nothing but text.