For a limited time only, download Stock Art designed by WeWorkForThem (2001-2009) at 50% off! Choose from 199 different stock art products, with prices starting as low as $5. Many of these vectors and images have never been on sale before, so now’s the time to stock up!
Buamai was conceived by our founder & creative director Michael Paul Young in 2008 as an online repository for unique or inspirational found images (pre-Pinterest). Mainly for graphic design and typographic related material, the collection grew to encompass the humorous, the reflective, the obscure and the just-plain-strange. Buamai now encompasses contributions from a worldwide collective… Read More
Our friends (and fellow type designers) Jamie Winder and Iain Hector just released their latest design book, Where You Going? Design Adventures in Southeast Asia. For part of their book, they stopped by our Bangkok studio and talked with our Creative Director Michael Paul Young about our recent type designs, creative process and outlook on… Read More
Oh, the times they have a-changed since we wrote last year’s Top 10 Fonts post! (Wow, has it really been a year already?) There’s an old Japanese Proverb that states, “beginning is easy — continuing is hard.” A year ago, YouWorkForThem had seen its eighth birthday, and some parts of the shop were getting dusty…. Read More
We are not sure why we never thought of doing this, but who cares now because our friend Network Osaka has done it. N.Osaka is a fellow admirer of swiss design (who isn’t though, really) and created these wallpapers for everyone to download. The wallpapers contain some of the most popular designs by the likes… Read More
Some of you may already know, but we have been developing and maintaining a little image blog/community called Buamai since late 2008. We recently did a little spring cleaning on the code and layout of the site, making for a much easier and quicker experience when searching and browsing for images. Also, be sure to… Read More
Update Shortly after we posted this, we launched The YouWorkForThem Book Archive in response to everyones comments. We hope you enjoy this new section of design information. The Bad News This year has been a strange one for YWFT, that is for sure. As 2009 brought us many new challenges with the economy, we have… Read More