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Freelance matchmakers Onsite have just launched their new site and are taking on registrations.
The no-fee directory is used by agencies such as Wolff Olins, Teehan + Lax, Vine, Design Studio, 8 Inc, AKQA, The Guardian, Stink Digital, Us Two, Your Majesty, Moving Brands to name a few, and a lot of freelance friends of FFF swear by it.
If you’re on the look out for freelancers, or want to check out the latest opportunities, it’s definitely worth dropping by.
‘Lore of the North’ is an Arts Council funded project and book by Lord Whitney that explores Yorkshire myths and folklore, with lettering by Amy Rodchester, illustration by Tommy Davidson and photography by James Rhodes.
The book and map are available to purchase online if you’re a fan of the mythical and mysterious.
If you’ve been enjoying Patatap as much as we have, it’s well worth checking out creator Jono Brandel’s blog where he talks about the process and motivation for creating it, as well as showing some early renderings.
The motivation behind Patatap is to introduce the medium of Visual Music to a broad audience. Artists working in this field vary in discipline but many aim to express the broader condition of Synesthesia, in which stimulation of one sensory input leads to automatic experiences in another.
Packaging becomes product in this innovative light shade from British designer Laura Wellington. Created using a milling tool and entirely produced using North of England suppliers, the Mini Hula is available to order online here.
Shiny new site and solid responsive work in this update from digital agency Tokyo.
Who doesn’t love a walk cycle? Universal Everything interpret British architect Ron Heron’s 60′s proposal for a walking city in this incredible morphing animation. Simon Pyke‘s accompanying soundtrack is perfect as always.
Their Instragram is good some some behind the scenes images too.
There’s a wonderful balance of interesting content, great design and slick UX on this site by AIGA and Second Story, including some simple but nice user generated content. Something to get lost in for longer than you planned.
Really enjoyed this simple but super classy one-pager from Artsy chronicling their achievements for the year, including a rather impressive 30 open source projects.