Dan McCullough (thecriterion) is the lucky winner of the one-of-a-kind, hand-painted and signed poster from Mike Perry in our first Twitter Giveaway. Congratulations, Dan! To the rest of you, thanks for adding us on twitter. Keep an eye there for more giveaways and exclusives in the future.
I love posting this application, just after my Google cannot design rant. It makes me love, really love when designers ‘design’ applications, and not engineers and programmers. In this case it was created and designed by mega agency Fallon. This little beauty called Skimmer is an application to help you manage all your time… Read More
Matt Desmond is well known for making fonts, but most people don’t know that Matt loves cars. The last year of his life he spent filming cars and was working on two videos. His first video is now finished and I have seen some clips and he did a great job. Hopefully Matt will be… Read More
I have always been attracted to Italian Botanical Illustrations, and recently saw more of Karl Blossfeldt’s photography here and here. I really enjoy seeing people’s ‘collections’ and this would fall under art and collecting which is always a couple of steps up in my book. The backgrounds are also amazingly rich. I dare you to… Read More
Leslie Miles is an online curator of sorts whose mission is to not be everyone’s tenth favorite blog, but rather ten people’s favorite blog. From what I’ve seen so far I think he’s put together some gorgeous image collections that he bases around a single word. While he’s not my favorite blog I do think… Read More
Mr. Gladwell is back with a brand new bag and I know you’re not gonna spend all Saturday at Borders reading for free being all creepy so check this video and get the cliff notes about Fleetwood Mac, getting your hustle on, and a fantastic reason for why you may not be famous yet. Or… Read More
Thirty years ago, American film audiences pressed low in their seats as a massive white wedge of machine parts passed overhead. With the release of George Lucas’s Star Wars, the smooth, silvery flying saucers that had dominated postwar sci-fi became embarrassing reminders of an obsolete vision of the future. Lucas envisioned a World of Tomorrow… Read More