we made this
posted: 5 January 2009
It's geeky as anything, but it's also super cool - the
Spinner tshirt. Love it.
posted: 5 January 2009
Ace Jet 170
One of the finest individual design blogs (it’s been going as long as we have!) from Irish designer Richard Weston. Covering found type, print and stuff.
If you want to know what’s happening in the world of book cover design, keep an eye on this excellent blog by Dan Wagstaff.
Covering design and advertising, CR has been running since 1981, under the editorship of Patrick Burgoyne since 1999. Essential reading.
Dan writes a column in Creative Review, and this is his consistently entertaining blog about design and suchlike.
The best graphic design magazine out there, from editor John L. Walters and art director Simon Esterson.
A fantastic collection of online publications based on pieces from the Herb Lubalin Study Centre.
Grafik is the brilliant online magazine about all things graphic design, from writers Caroline Roberts and Angharad Lewis.
Justin’s Amazing World
Justin Hobson, of Fenner Paper, is a bona fide expert on paper & print, and a charming chap to boot. His blog features in-depth analysis of the projects he’s worked on, including a few of our own.
One of the oldest blogs on the web. And one of the best.
Lecture in Progress
An invaluable collection of wisdom from a range of graphic designers, illustrators, photographers
. From the team that brought you It’s Nice That.
The anonymous Gentle Author of this wonderful blog has promised to write 10,000 stories about the life & culture of Spitalfields in east London, writing one story each and every day.
St Bride Library
The St Bride Library houses one of the world’s finest collection of books (& related objects) about printing and design. It also hosts unmissable design talks and events.
Styling and Salvage
Rupert Blanchard is a mate of ours, and makes
furniture. This blog covers his projects, interests, and life in Margate.
Brooklyn-based designer Khoi Vinh has been writing insightfully about design, technology and culture since the turn of the millennium.
The Ride Journal
A glorious mix of the very best writing and illustration about all types of cycling. On an indefinite break now, but you can download past issues for free.