friday blinks – 11/18/11

18 Nov

I’ve been pretty busy the past few weeks, got a little behind, so I have included 10 links instead of the normal 5. Here is a list of sites we’ve come across throughout the past couple weeks that we think are worth sharing. We call it friday blinks.

One Minute With Tyler Galpin interview
Great, inspirational interview with the talented Tyler Galpin. Stay humble.
(via Tyler Galpin/twitter)

The Anatomy of an Agency infographic
Pretty funny, and somewhat true.
(via Megan Kirby/twitter)

Telegramme Feature on Big Cartel
Straight-forward solid design from the UK’s Telegramme.
(via Dan Cassaro/twitter)

2011/06 Creative Mornings with Jim Coudal
“Do it today.” Great advice from Jim Coudal.
(via Mig Reyes/twitter)

Pantone Hotel in Brussels
Leave it to the Belgians. Waffles, chocolate, beer, and now a standardized color matched hotel.
(via Rob Clarke/twitter)

Card Nerd
Massive business card collection to get your brain pumping with inspiration juice.
(via Rob Clarke/twitter)

Leg hair font
Japanese design student creates a hairy typeface without a computer, then used commercially as part of an Adidas advertisement.
(via The Creative Finder/twitter)

The Pitch: The Game of Graphic Design
Come up with great pitches. Win lots of awards. Jealous ensues. Live out the life of a Madison Ave. designer without the second-hand smoke and liver damage.
(via Candice Chu/twitter)

SFMOMA poster series by Jason Munn
Amazing as usual, Jason Munn (aka The Small Stakes) creates a series of four posters for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art “Artist Series.”
(via Jason Munn/twitter)

Tuesday Bassen’s Help Ink process video
Super awesome. Love that Tuesday showed us a peek of what she was listening to while she worked.
(via Tuesday Bassen/twitter)

In other news…
The Moveable Type Truck is coming to town today and I’m super excited about it. The Roanoke Ad2 group asked if Kyle Durrie, a letterpress printer from Portland, Oregon and the proprietor of  Power and Light Press would stop by on her way across the U.S. of A. She complied, we cheered, and can’t wait to see this wonderful woman and her amazing letterpress on wheels. Be on the lookout for an upcoming post about Kyle and her bitchin’ truck.

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