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“Our initial prototype will collect anywhere from half a litre of water to three litres per hour.”
If you’re getting some Christmas cards from MOO, this should save you a few pennies.
Artist Vincent Kohler shows the different pieces of wood that are cut from a log.
These concrete business cards are novel.
“…habits are a refusal of the moment and a reliving of the past.”
Eye-catching shots by Hungarian photographer Akos Major.
Make people choose between your plans, instead of choosing whether to buy your product or not.
The people you work with define the work you do.
Although I’ve yet to find my own cure, there are some common sense things that help.
I’ve been looking for a good microphone (for video calls, podcasts, etc.).
Dark Side of the Lens — stunning cinematography from the swells of the seas.
If you have a WordPress blog, I recommend giving PostPost a go.
More design employment advice, this time contributed by Blair Thomson of Exeter-based Believe in.
Painters suspended on cables of the Brooklyn Bridge, on October 7, 1914.
Milton Glaser was recently asked, “What do you think of Donald Trump?”
Mytton Williams reminisce about their past self-promotional work.
These cover designs for Penguin Education are great.
Imagine you own my three blogs.
I love this Food Stuff Flickr set.
A quick bit of book cover inspiration.
Establishing a good relationship with a printer can make all the difference when it comes to cutting costs.
Land art. Worth a look.
The postman brought a nice surprise earlier.
The design company is not the only place to be a designer. In fact it’s actually in some ways a rather constraining place to be a designer.
A snippet from Be Bold 101, by Nicholas Bate. Some stellar advice.