Pantone certainly is stamping its brand all over everything, the latest being these colorful Visa cards.
New York is Full of Interesting People, a print by Lydia Nichols.
Two books I’m looking forward to picking up: Orla Kiely’s Pattern and Vera: The Art and Life of an Icon
A simple lesson every budding designer should learn: How to Kern Type Perfectly
Looking forward to flipping through Jon Stewart’s new book, Earth, in person after seeing this sneak peek at Pentagram.
Not that I condone smoking, but here this collection of vintage cigarette labels is pretty darn cool. (via Rifle)
Another 2011 calendar I’m really excited about: 6 Standing Animals from Kate’s Paperie.
Dekar is the latest free font release from Font Fabric.
Good Reads: How Can Brands Survive if We’re Drowning in Media, Using Emotion to Win Clients, Where Good Ideas Come From, The Creative Brief: A Research Project
Hey, Courtney, thanks for picking up my article, Use Emotion to Win Clients, at HOW’s Parse blog.
Like your other quick links, too — some cool stuff here.
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