Monday Quick Links: 06.13.11

Miss Moss compiled these gorgeous photographs of colored pools from around the world. Amazing.

Impressive work from John Gall‘s Spring 2011 book cover design class.

EveryGuyed and Moxy Creative House have teamed up to offer a fun Father’s Day gift this year. They’ve developed a poster that takes eight, iconic, animated Dads, like Fred Flintstone and Homer Simpson, and reimagines them as beer cans. Pick up a print here.

The lastest release in the 1200 Posters series—poster #8—is available, this time with artwork by Kali Ciesemier.

The High Line is definitely one of—if not the—the coolest parks in the city. So it was great to see this profile of the work done for both the High Line and the Friends of the High Line, by Pentagram.

Check out these amazingly dynamic photos of New York City by Alfonso Zubiaga.

Smashing Magazine recently published a Comprehensive Website Planning Guide, that looks like it could be a helpful tool.

Love Ugmonk’s newest t-shirt design: Do What You Love What You Do.

Brainstorm recently released a new series of prints that celebrates different areas of the U.S.: American Atlas. (via Faye & Co.)

Good Reads: How to Create a Captivating Presentation, Questions for Jeff Rogers, Required Reading: Creating Cults, Finding Randomness & Maverick Geniuses, Stefan Sagmeister’s Seven Rules for a Happier Life.


Courtney is the founder of Design Work Life and Seamless Creative, a small design studio she runs with her husband Brian. She now splits her time between developing brand identities for small businesses and soaking up (and passing along) as much inspiration as she possibly can.

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