Friday Link Pack

Stop-motion Pattern Studies #1 by Serena Olivieri

– I want my hair to be colored rainbow like this for tomorrow’s rainbow parade. Join us?

Cablox tames cables. (What’s up with her high heels at work?)

– Looking for color inspiration for your apartment? Try Chipit, a web-based tool that allows you to select any online image and instantly identify the Sherwin-Williams paint colors that correspond to the colors contained within the picture. Cool.

– This little guy is quite adorable.

– Some folks have asked for a downloadable PDF of our Fridge Rules, a creation by my lovely Swissmisstant Jen Mussari. Enjoy.

– Mother’s Day is on May 13th. Show her your love by wearing a Mother or Mama Tattly.

Super Mario Summary (via Coudal)

– Clearly marked umbrella stand

Tentacle Mustache. Yup.

– Do yourself a favor and take the time to watch this talk by Simon Sinek.

– Eep! Eep! One of my favorite companies, Mailchimp, is looking to hire a designer. If I was 10 years younger, not married, without kids, I would totally apply for this position. You’d get to work with some of the finest people I know. You’re wondering why I love Mailchimp so much? Watch this talk by Ben Chestnut, one of the co-founders.

Folded Notebooks! *so cool*

3 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Another great colour-selection tool is Clrpicker (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.anders.clrpickr&hl=en), a sadly Android-only app that smartly picks a range of colours out of a taken or saved photograph. Used it when I was repainting my bedroom (and my girlfriend uses it when she’s doing fashion design.)
    So great. And free!

  2. What fonts are used in Fridge Rules?

  3. Pop-Ups for the display font and the body font is called Nordic.

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