This eyecatching rotary calendar works all year round, every year, ever. Perfect for home, school, or office.
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!