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friday blinks – 10/28/11

28 Oct

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.

Pharmacy M by Caan Architecten
Awesome Belgian pharmacy design. So clean.
(via Matt Stevens/twitter)

Lessons Learned from Two Years of Tees
“Make shit great.” Rule to live by, folks.
(via Mig Reyes/twitter)

Eli, no! book by Katie Kirk
Really nicely-illustrated kids book by Katie Kirk.
(via Riley Cran/twitter)

Halloween Prints by Methane
Super sweet and detailed posters by the folks at Methane Studios.
(via Grain Edit/twitter)

Skin Disease Canvas
Creepy, but neat.
(via Eric Shalley/twitter)

Mig Reyes

8 Apr

Mig Reyes is a Chicago, IL-based interactive designer, graphic designer, illustrator, instructor, writer, advice-sharer, cookie-eater, and the list goes on and on. It’s safe to say, Mig has a well-balanced, design-centered head on his shoulders. Not only does he work for one of the coolest companies out there (Threadless), he also is all about sharing. He started Humble Pied, a website featuring practicing design professionals sharing their words of wisdom to anyone who will listen, but mostly aimed toward creative types. Being able to see and hear well-known designers/thinkers contribute personal advice makes it feel like I’m sitting down for a chat with them. What a fantastic concept! I’m definitely adding this site to my “I suck at design and am a pointless person with giant ears and an ugly face” inspiration bookmark folder.

I’m extremely excited to hear Mig speak at Ad2 Roanoke’s Student Portfolio Review tomorrow. Maybe I’ll even touch his hand with my hand and we’ll move them in an up-and-down motion.

See more of Mig’s work at dribbble and flickr.