There was an outpouring of love and sadness expressed over the passing of Steve Jobs, a true creative visionary, from within the creative world and beyond. Many, many beautiful words were written, with a greater and more profound impact than I could ever manage — see Frank Chimero, Russ Maschmeyer and Laura Vit.
Creative super couple Kate and Will are currently holding a fundraiser to help reduce the costs of medical bills incurred during Will’s cancer treatment. Though I’ve never met them in person, I’ve been following Kate’s blog for years, so I feel like I know them on some level. Hopefully I can do a small part to help by sending some of you awesome readers their way. They’re selling a selection of prints of both of their work on Etsy, so head on over and check it out.
Yes!: 9 languages all with a positive message.
Art Works is a new poster contest to support American jobs: Obama for America is seeking poster submissions from artists across the country illustrating why we support President Obama’s plan to create jobs now, and why we’ll re-elect him to continue fighting for jobs for the next four years. Make a contribution right here.
Andrew Kolb just launched the Neat Shop featuring a great selection of prints.
The Reginapolis Map: a New York City map composed of Regina Spektor lyrics.
Good Reads: He Said/She Said: Designing Together (with Eight Hour Day), Difficult People, To Be a Happy Entrepreneur, Build a Business That Meets Your Needs, Banishing Your Inner Critic, Steve Jobs and Paul Rand: The Impact of Confidence.