An illustration of Spider Man

Amazing Spider-Man #61

Love seeing the process and result for this variant cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

An Illustrated Catalog of American Fruits & Nuts

An Illustrated Catalog of American Fruits & Nuts

Assembled between 1886 and 1942, a collection of watercolor fruits and plants made by 21 artists. (This book looks beautiful.)

On Belonging

A collection of stories and photographs about the feeling of unity and belonging from the Over-The-Rhine community in Cincinnati. Wonderful work by Asa Featherstone, IV.

Geometric tiles


Each tile is a layered set of matching art. Keep finding pairs and build up combos. Its not about perfect matches, but matching elements. Took a while, super dig now. / via Thor

Diana Beltran Herrera

Sculptures and designs with paper / via thisiscolossal

Silhouette of a man with a hat done in charcoal

J.S. Ondara “Lebanon”

I linked this song back in 2019. Got lost in the tracks today and went down a rabbit hole. Bringing it back to the top cos it holds up.

A chair for needy pets

A chair for needy pets

Simone Giertz has made the chair I and millions of other folks need.


Geometric felt tiles for the wall that add visual interest and dampen acoustics. Preset designs, all customizable and reasonably priced compared to commercial options. / via Joe Mesa

A man holding a film camera up to his eye

Ui/Ux et al

"Think. Consider. Sketch. Think again. And look around you. It’s all been done before, albeit with different code." - Erik Spiekerman's thoughts on digital vs. traditional design.

A couch

Couch delays create accidental community

A story about production delays and the unintentional email thread that resulted.

Geometric shapes in pretty colors

What is Figma

I'm just going to send folks to this intro video by Tori Hinn and Enle Li when trying to extoll the awesomeness of this collaborative design application

books and markers strewn across a desk

Something to look forward to

"It can be a very minor thing, and it can be a major thing. But you always have to have something you’re looking forward to next."

A first person drone


This product feels like an amalgamation of racing videogames and photography and VR and I'm so very curious.

A drawing of two folks at a piano, one hugging the other

Love is a verb

It's not a permanent state of enthusiasm, it's an actual practice

Delicious looking breakfast sandwiches and acoompaniments

Martha on the Fly

I very much would like to go to Cleveland and have a breakfast sandwich right now. / via @okpants

A capture of online video of a woman with captions and some branding for the BBC

My spirit animal for March 2021

Actor Sheila Hancock on what a year in lockdown has been like for her and why she thinks we need a revolution.

A fun printed tissue box with stripes and smiley face

Everybody Tissue Box

I feel like this Dusen Dusen tissue box holder would make any room a little better.

A peek inside a palace

The Wound

“La Ferita” is JR's new installation at Palazzo Strozzi. The mural is a facade that floats outside the wall of the palace to provide a peek inside.

Pointing hand graphic

This way. Guide

Type specimen guide focused on arrows and stories behind navigation tools that we use every day.

He got Facebook hooked on AI. Now he can’t fix its misinformation addiction | MIT Technology Review

Joaquin Quiñonero Candela, a director of AI at Facebook, was apologizing to his audience. It was March 23, 2018, just days after the revelation that Cambridge…

A modern super 8 camera

Kodak Super 8 Camera

Wow. Pretty amazing throwback to analogue. / via Coudal

Speed skiing and parachuting

Speedriding Through An Alpine Resort

Valentin Delluc and Red Bull make something that's like, whoa. / via MetaFilter

A spiral of dominoes in rainbow colors

Lily Hevesh, domino artist

“Lily Topples the World” is a film debuting at SXSW. My friend @AmyMPurcell on Twitter says it's fantastic and I'm adding it to my queue. This profile by The Washington Post provides some insight.

A futuristic minivan

2021 Hyundai Staria

It is hard to believe this is a production vehicle, but then again, the Toyota Previa was pretty far out in 1990. I'm super digging this van.

Initial sketches for Macintosh icons by Susan Kare

Found some vintage AppleLink-era icon studies.

- Susan Kare, on Twitter

A Jack card enhanced through super resolution

Super Resolution

Photoshop introduces a feature that can intelligently enlarge photos while maintaining clean edges and preserving important details

Ten reasons to write a book

Ten reasons to write a book

Among the solid list of reasons, it clarifies your thinking. / via Swiss-Miss

Green screen scene of soccer players

Ted Lasso VFX Breakdowns

Always bends the mind seeing how these things come together. Great work by Barnstorm VFX. / via @mathowie

People on stairs choreographed for a music video

Noga Erez “VIEWS”

Featuring Reo Cragun & ROUSSO. Currently watching this video from the beginning to the end whenever I need a transition.

Women designers in history

15 women who have made lasting contributions to design

Great list with some names new to me. Particularly, now I know who did the Lovesexy type and Paisley Park logo, Margo Chase.