A weekly(ish) newsletter with designy things
This plant website is beautiful (no pictures, only illustrations by Evie May Adams) and very handy atm, because I just ordered a bunch of new house plants. Fingers crossed I can keep them alive this time 🤞
“Tucked in a homey-looking space in Los Angeles surrounded by bookshelves and vintage furniture, Jack Harlow delivers a performance with the confidence of an old pro. His set, however, is the first time he’s relied solely on live instrumentation to bring his songs to life.”
Played this on-repeat the whole week. 🤩
Love this mug by Hoodzpah, a brand identity and type design studio out of Southern California. But, no international shipping… 😭
Focus Lab is an established brand agency from Richmond Hill, GA. I really like their work and their current rebrand is lovely. 😍
Rama Works is a company based in Australia known for creating high-end (expensive!) mechanical keyboards. And they also sell this (awesome!) t-shirt.
Reagan Ray collected a big chunk of Marvel Comics, cleanup the lettering, and put them on his website.
This brand isn’t built to explain, it’s built to inspire. It’s rooted in fantasy, made to spark imagination and reward curiosity.
It invites the viewer into a secret world — one where mythical creatures come to life, where rare and beautiful things appear unexpectedly around every corner, and where anyone can get carried away by the experience of art.
A nice case study by Smith Diction, a Philadelphia based design studio, for their “Group X”-branding.