Awesome poster. And I will, certainly will.
Furious Fowl, as provided by Threadless.
This time in iconoscope-o-rama.
Nicholas Feltron’s annual report is out. And it’s quite out of the ordinary.
On Times Square Rudy Giuliani got rid of the porn, Morgan Spurlock attempts to get rid of the ubiquitous advertisements at No Ad: New York,
How to show the components of a song that’s nothing but a remix of existing music.
The Graphjam file on the Batmobile through the decades is huge, but well worth the download.
BBC’s Joy of Stats, an hour’s worth of visualization wonders.
Moleskine has started a series of limited editions with a Pacman collection.
Sadly the series is not available in Finland at all, and the small plain notebook seems to be sold out at amazon.co.uk as well.
Awesome understated design comparing life in the two metropoles.
T-shirts on typography, and nothing but typography.
The 30+ shirts given away just found a replacement or two.
Open Buildings is a crowdsourced directory of noteworthy buildings across the world.
Too bad it’s only offered as an iOS application, even though it would work perfectly as yet another mashup.
A promotional coca cola light can, as reimagined by somewhat famous shoe designer Manolo Blahnik.
These cans were distributed rather liberally in Akateeminen Kirjakauppa during the recent night of the arts. Picked one up, just in case (and was anyway short of soda for Saturday morning).
Thus far I’ve had no need to own anything by him, and I’m unlikely to change my opinion based on this object.
New subject matter.
No symbols related to global conspiracies.
And most importantly, the bills can actually be told apart by color.