Eddie Vedder, celebrating the music and 70th birthday of the late Joe Strummer.
- This quote from Steve Jobs speaks to me: “The people that have created things that really changed our industry, are both the thinker and doer in one person.”
- I’m not sure I’d ever use/need the forthcoming Lockdown Mode in iOS 16, but it’s useful to understand its limits or how it could be create an entirely different problem.
- These animated figures of John, Paul, George and Ringo recreating the Abbey Road cover by Daniel Bennan are truly outstanding.
- Maybe Every Time Zone will help me finally untangle cross-zone collaboration.
- Artist Michael Heizer’s epic 50-year long project City has finally opened in the Nevada desert though visiting it is likely going to be challenging.
- I’m definitely ready to return to Middle Earth after watching this new trailer for Lord of the Rings: the Rings of Power. September 2nd is almost here.
- Meet me in the Metaverse should have been on the agenda while in London during this past week. Definitely of interest for a number of reasons.
- Although these aren’t technically photos of Jupiter from the JWST, they’re still outstanding composite renderings of the largest gaseous planet in our solar system.
- Finally a use of ink traps in a typeface for Leibniz that actually isn’t just about aesthetics but actually serves to connect back to the real characteristics of a product. And that monogram couldn’t be more perfect.
- I agree 100% with Jeremy based on the amount of work as performance I’ve had to both endure and witness in the tech industry.
- A fully functional 35mm camera made of LEGO parts. Hello.
- Debunking the tittle in typographic terminology. Well, there you have it.
- The Sabotage action figure set from Super7. OMG.
- McMansion Hell. Name says it all…
Notable Type Releases
- You say you want letterform contrast? Beatrice Display from Sharp Type’s unique internal contrast system results in a family that ticks all the boxes.
- Studio Gummi’s Flake is the quirky construction display face you’ve been missing.
- Fenotype’s Berliner is another reinterpretation of the classic soft curves of Cooper with added ligatures, swash characters and more.
- The exciting, energetic, angular, and altruistic Ara Oms is available via a donation to a number of charities supporting Ukrainian refugees in Georgia.