Monday Quick Links: 11.23.09

Quick Links

Hope you all had a great weekend. We have a huge installment of quick links for you today—enjoy!

Field Notes has released the “Just Below Zero” collection, a set of notebooks in new, wintery colors.

These colorful tennis balls, along with their packaging, was designed by Stitch Design Co.

15 Uses for Newsprint is a promotional newsprint poster zine created by the illustrators and designers in The Pencil Factory.

Woodward Design introduces Sweet Treats, a typographic cookbook. Take a look at several spreads here or pick up a copy for yourself right here.

Make your own advent calendar out of mini envelopes.

Print Society, “a better way to find art”.

A sweet set of environmental posters from Neenah Paper.

A free candy pattern download by Brian Evrrett.

The Bigwig and Silver shop opens with some great stationery items.

Currency for New York City Neighborhoods, a project for SVA students, is one I wish I had when I was in school.

A huge archive of theme park brochures available for your perusal.

Threadless teams up with Griffin to make iPhone cases. Hopefully there will be more where that came from.

Jessica Hische gives a sneak peek into some of her type drawing process.

Simon Page’s International Year of Astronomy (which I posted about here) are now available for purchase.

Interesting read: Understanding Your Brain for Better Design: Left vs. Right

Download a free advent calendar from Mibo.

2 Comments

  1. Brian says:

    Thank you for the featured link! I somehow missed it until now, and I really really appreciate it!
  2. Justin Leach » Cool Hunting’s Best of the Web Round-Up says:

    [...] 4. Field Notes “Just Below Zero” Field Notes recently introduced a limited edition series of their classic memo books in muted greys and blues. via Design Work Life [...]
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