Choice Links #13 End of Summer/Begining of Fall

 LetterCult

LetterCult
I was looking up some info on Doyald Young for class when I stumbled upon this site for custom lettering. As you know from some of my previous posts, I love custom lettering, and even recently tried my hand at it (under a 4 hour deadline) for a Viget Flash Mob. I am looking forward to this feed in my netvibes.

Good Magazine
Good Magazine

As I was sitting in the San Diego airport flipping through an issue of Good Magazine I thought to myself ” Wouldn’t it be rad if they redesigned their site to look more like their magazine design?” Then poof… it happened. Its sort of like when I wished out loud to Jim that there was a 24 inch iMac and then Mr Jobs unveiled it the next week. I am on a roll. What will be next?

Daily Monster

The Daily Monster
Now that I am familiar with Stefan Bucher’s little monsters (the fine folks at ADCMW mentioned the name) I am seeing them everywhere! I especially like the new skateboard decks on Zazzle.

Death By Kerning

Death By Kerning
Do we really need another blog dedicated to the wonders of Typography? YES. I can’t get enough. With a name like “Death by Kerning” how can I keep this feed out of my reader?

Pattern Tap

Pattern Tap
With the sea of design galleries on the web these days its rare that I find one that really sticks out, but this one does. Pattern tap organizes sites by design patterns, making it unique and incredibly useful. Need to find inspiration on how to design something specific like comments, or a contact form? This is the site for doing just that.

Design for Obama

Design For Obama
Regardless of which candidate you support, there is no denying that there has been an unprecedented amount of design created in this election for Barack Obama. This site  has  some interesting and humorous concepts exhibited in the form of user generated posters. Im a fan of “Barack you like a Hurricane“. All good presidential slogans should reference hair metal, right?

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  1. — October 6, 2008

  2. — October 17, 2008

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