Behance put together this quick post about what makes a project feature-worthy, and the guidelines really apply to DWL as well, so I thought I’d share: What Makes a Project Feature-Worthy?
The invitation website that Jessica Hische and Russ Maschmeyer created for their wedding is easilythe most epic wedding invitation in the history of wedding invitations: http://jessandruss.us/.
Love these silkscreened skylines by Kate McLelland on The Fox is Black.
Jason Dean of The Best Part just opened up a brand new shop selling an awesome selection of gig posters from a wide variety of artists, The Rock Market.
You can now purchase work from Yes Cinncinnati’s recent show Primaries, featuring works created by various artists using only the primary colors.
Watch as Park & Co. creates a typographic mural out of 25,000 pills!
If you’re in the LA area, Gallery 1988 will opened an Arrested Development tribute show this past Friday, entitled There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand. Love it—if I were on the correct coast I would be there.
This week Matt Stevens provided some insight into his design process over on his blog, which was great to see. Check it out: Part 1, Part 2.
Good Reads: Before You Hit Send: A Few Honest Tips for Job Seeking Designers, Conquer Big Creative Projects Using Past, Present, and Future Focus, Why Account Managers Shouldn’t Prevent Designers From Speaking To Clients.
Didn’t see the link posted for Jessica’s and Russ’s invitation website. If anyone else is curious, here you go!
Thanks for sharing Jessica’s link. It’s amazing!
Oops you’re right! Fixed now, but thanks for the heads up!
[…] The most epically amazing website that tells the story of Jessica Hische and Russ Maschmeyer and their relationship from the beginning to the engagement. And sprinkled throughout are amazing illustrations done by various artists. And it’s one of those scrolling and scrolling and scrolling sites. Love them. First found via designworklife. […]