A beautiful flickr set from Michael Poliza of a helicopter trip from Hamburg to Cape Town. via.
I just recently found this photoblog by Andy Clymer, type designer at Hoefler & Frere-Jones, and really love this Steam picture. Check out his site, for his other photos and buy beautiful fonts from typography.com.
This guy takes drawing in the sand to a whole new level. I’ve seen a few posts about these photos, here and here, and now that I have seen his site, I am drawn even further into these beautiful photographs. Amazing the amount of work that goes into these pieces of art only to be washed away by the tide.
I recently joined two new social networks, both related to design. I have been a member for a little bit now, however, until now I haven’t posted any projects. I am going to do a little comparison. I am posting the same work on both sites, and I will then track my progress on both. The site I get better use out of I will use. So check out my profile at Design:Related profile or my profile at Behance Network or both.
Do I really need another two social networking site to update? Sure, why not (although I have to work on the social part). So far, Behance seems to give me more options on how I present my material, however posting my portfolio on Design:Related was quick and easy. As I use it I’m sure my pro’s and con’s list will grow. For a while, I was unsure what projects to highlight. Currently my thoughts are to post design that I have had free reign to experiment with. Some are working out techniques, other’s are works that bands have used for promotion. I will be adding personal projects occasionally to my portfolios as I get inspired and I will post links here.
Well, the weekend came and went, and I did not actually don a mustache and stalk Tobias Frere-Jones’ walking tour. Somehow tickets went from not for sale to sold out real quick. However, who needs to go when you have flickr. Here are a few photo sets. More to come as I find them.
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