“This feels like what I think cocaine would feel like.”
This train calls at all stations to King’s Landing.
Shepard Fairey has made us obey and given us hope. Here’s how he does it.
The dark, subversive cover has been branded inappropriate and “sexualised”.
In architect Bjarke Ingels’ topsy-turvy vision, there are no enclosures, and visitors remain hidden from the animals’ view. Welcome to Zootopia.
Because your résumé deserves to look just as good as you do in an interview. You can find these on The Design Blog.
Designer James Addison has been testing the puzzle-solving abilities of Royal Mail with cryptic clues and games written on envelopes. Every single one was delivered to the right destination. Via Puzzles for Postmen.
The $5 billion startup is revamping its applications to allow users to follow “interests.” The company says it’s somewhere between categories and Pinboards.
Famous movie themes are conveyed in simple patterns and effects on paper cards by Spanish art studio Atipo. H/t this Tumblr post.
“Because the only people for me are the mad ones.” Via Paul Rogers.
For the National Literary Trust’s “Books about Town” project. Bookish-bums have never had it so good.
Some people just want to watch the world kern.
Soon, you too will be able to have your very own square-shaped watermelon.
Selecting beers by their labels is a fun and delicious hobby.
They’re just so fresh and so clean. Meet the designer who makes them.
Graphic designers be workin’ on a whole other level.
Over the past year Tokyo-based French artist Mike Wrobel has given nearly every Game Of Thrones character a ’80s or ’90s makeover. You can find more of his work here.
H.R. Giger’s original designs for Alien are even more chilling than the film.
If you love small things, and Pantone colour cards, Tiny PMS Match is the Tumblr you’ve been waiting for.
Anyone know any good web designers?
A lesson in typography and inspirational quotes by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
Via l’excellent compte Twitter Well Played. Les créateurs au sommet de leur art.
Incredible illustrations by artist Ralph McQuarrie. Not a trap.
Most of London is badly designed for cycling, but these bike routes stand out as being utterly horrible to ride. Or just plain ridiculous.
Animators took four weeks and used real 3D-printed models to make this bear walk up some stairs.