Monday Quick Links: 08.29.11

Good morning readers! Apologies for the lateness this morning. Thankfully our only damage from Irene was the loss of cable and internet, so we’re still getting up and running. I hope you are all safe and sound.

I’m really excited about Jessica Hische’s new project, Inker Linker, where you can search a directory to find the right printer for your job. Looks like it’s already an amazing resource and will definitely come in handy in the future.

Thumbtack Press, a site where you can find great affordable art from independent artists, is once again back up and running.

Double Merrick has released a special new edition, in green, of their popular La Lune print.

These CMYK shirts from w+ k studio are calling my name. (via design crush)

I’m loving these Oslo ceramic coasters by Anders Hansen. Purchase them here.

I haven’t played around with it much yet, but Made of Pixels looks like it could come in handy for your stock photo searching needs. They’ve linked the search to every stock photo and illustration site, so you can do all of your searching from one place.

Dominus is a simple, graphic clock application for iPad and iPhone.

“Artist Jay Shelowitz is embarking on a campaign to teach the people of New York City some necessary manners.” Love it!

Mike Dempsey offers up some simple and practical Design Business Tips.

I absolutely love this typographic nursery decor project by Jason Gomez.

Priest Condensed is a new—free—FOUNDFONT™ vector set from Hucklebuck Design Studio. And speaking of new typefaces, RM Regular is a clean sans serif by Mash Creative.

United Pixel Workers launched a new shirt design by Mike Monteiro, who will be donating half of his profits to 50 for 50 for Writegirl.

I’ve never been a big fan of Arnold  Schwarzenegger movies. They’re just not my thing. But I do love this animation in celebration of three of his films, using ink and highlighter, by Brainbowinc Design.

Good Reads: 4 Creative Ways to Attract More Visitors to Your Website, How does AIGA Advocate for the Collective Interests of Designers, The Rules.



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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