Published January 4, 2008
Art , dondy , Links , Portfolio
This is kinda nasty but its something creative!
alfabet in huid
Published July 31, 2007
Cut and Paste , Design , dondy , Google , Links
With Blackle.com you need to use Nasa Night Launch theme to make it match. Now you can feel like you are special and stuff.
Published May 22, 2007
Gear , Jason Theodor , Links
I feel like setting up a separate category just for watches. I would love to own every single watch on this list. Some are beautiful, some are technical marvels, some are insanely creative, some are useless, and some are all of the above. My favourite idea is the JITWatch that tells you how much time you need. It knows where you are, what’s next on your calendar, and how much time it will take to get there, even considering traffic. It looks a bit big and lab-experimental, but people used to say that about the cell phone too… If you just want cool design, the O-Ring Watch looks pretty hot in a Kubric 2001 kind of way. Prices range from $80 to $220,000.
Smashing magazine puts together a list of 19 (21 actually) free fonts for download. Usually when you think of free fonts, it’s those shitty dirty deconstructed grunge knock-offs from the 90s. Or it’s another ‘hand writing’ font that’s missing most of the special characters. Well, not this list. These are premium fonts at a free-er than free price. $0.00. Go get ’em!
And while you’re on their blog, check out the amazing aggregate of web and design articles… stunning. Everything from the best Fonts of 2006, to WordPress Themes, CSS, Ajax, Design, Websites, Resources… honestly I don’t know how they can keep up with themselves. It’s going to take me a few years to wade through all their content.
The Ad Feed is inspired by popURLs.com, a site that really does nothing more than pull in feeds from the most popular sites on the web. Ad Feeds aggregates the best of the Advertising blogs, sites, videos, print, and outdoor. It’s a convenient one-stop-ad-chop if you’re into that kind of thing, and we’re into that kind of thing.
Here’s a list of some of the sites they’ve pulled in:
NY Times Business-Media
Media Buyer Planner
MIT Advertising Lab
Logic + Emotion
Beyond Madison Avenue
plus: Quotes, TV Spots, and Print Ads.
They neglect, however, to include a few of my favourites:
Advertising Ourselves to Death
If any of you have the time to read all of these sites on a regular basis, you obviously don’t work in advertising.