Cameron McKague’s take on the greeting card. Love the simplicity.
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Emptied Gestures is an experiment in kinetic drawing. In this series Heather Hansen is exploring ways to download her movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one form to another. heatherhansen.net
View her film here.
A very clever way to dress up your key chain—variouskeytags.com.
“Various Keytags is an online store for design-minded people who enjoy organization, happiness, and fun. It was born out of a sense of humor and the sheer necessity of finding a simple key tag that isn’t too fussy. They give us constant joy; they are useful; they make great gifts; and we have been astonished by the overwhelmingly positive response to them by so many different people! So much so that we decided to make an entire website dedicated solely to Various Keytags. We hope you enjoy them, and be careful… They are a bit addictive.” —Various Projects
To support Refugees United in their work, House of Radon has created this animated video, ‘Estelle’s Story.’ This 3 minute video is a true story about Estelle who after 16 years of separation was reunited with her sister with the help of Refugees United, a non-profit organization that connects families separated by war, conflict and disaster.
All artistic credits listed on ‘Estelle’s Story’ vimeo page.
And Our Smoke Returns HomeBrian Eno called Drums Between The Bells. Rick and Andrew had been talking about collaborating on a project together ever since the release of Drums Between The Bells, then the idea for this project surfaced. The film was shot on the Oregon Coast for 3 days with no real structure and a pretty loose story.
Photographs by Carissa Gallo
Amrita Marino is a freelance designer based out of Brooklyn with a pretty impressive client list and a stunning portfolio. I especially loved the work she did for Other Press. Check out the animation she created for it here.
The new issue of Boat Magazine is out and people are talking! Read more here and here. Art-directed by FFF’s own Luke Tonge and edited/directed by Erin & Davey Spens. With clean layouts and considered type (Seb Lester’s brilliant SOHO in this issue) the magazine presents a London you might not have encountered before.
Purchase your own copy, or subscribe, here.
Bardhi Haliti just updated his website. Really smart and beautiful work.
While a design student, Andrew Capener decided to re-designed the game Scrabble with a typographic emphasis. After an overwhelming response, he’s teamed up with HASBRO and Winning Solutions to produce and release his own limited edition typographic version of Scrabble.
This beautiful film was created by VsTheBrain. They are a creative video production studio based in Washington, DC owned by Andrew Gallo and his wife Carissa. Learn more about them on their blog: andrewandcarissa.com.
Colin Pinegar is an old schoolmate of mine. He’s a fantastic designer and a real nice fellow. It just so happens that he is looking to relocate, so if you’re in need of a new designer or just really like great design, I highly recommend you check out more of his work.
as seen on designworklife.
Jason Booher is a book designer I’ve been following for a couple years now. He has really thoughtful and cleverly constructed work. I admire his imagination. More rad covers to be seen on his website jasonbooher.com.
I love this installation Christopher Bettig created for the J Crew shop at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. The shapes and textures are amazing…wish I could do something similar in my own home. Click here for a video Christopher made about the installation.