FastCo Design wrote a blog post about a new To-Do App called Tick. I am fascinated how people organize their work flow and can definitely see the appeal of this one.
I use my own app called TeuxDeux.
Dominic Wilcox has created a fully functional prototype pair of shoes that will guide the wearer to any destination, no matter where they are in the world. Poetic.
Looking Like Other People celebrates that awkward moment at work when you realize you’re wearing pretty much the same thing as someone else.
Everyone’s giving out candy on Halloween, be the cool kid in town by handing out the adorable Boo Crew. (Technically it is a candy, but just in form of a temporary tattoo!)
Imagine you text your friend and a few minutes later you get a response, via text, but a handwritten response. Yup, that’s the incredibly poetic project called Modern Day Snail Mail by Cristina Vanko.
Love these 7 Lessons on the creative life from the U.S. Forest Service.
#6 #5 is my favorite: Don’t yell, don’t run, don’t worry, and above all, don’t quit.
My friend Arianna Orland teamed up with the folks over a MOO and created these stunning Moo Luxe Cards. The Luxe Project is a brand new initiative that teams talented creatives with Luxe by MOO. Their designs will be showcased for a month, and 100% of net proceeds will go to the designer’s charity of choice.
I have MOO Luxe business cards both for CreativeMornings and Tattly. Couldn’t be happier. I heart MOO.
A big thank you to Craig Frazier for sponsoring this week’s RSS Feed.
Pretty good illustrations.
Team Tattly is giddy over today’s long-awaited launch of the New York City Subway Set. We are working on collaborations with brands we love and we figured, since we are based in NYC, it would be lovely to start with a homage to the beautiful subway signage. If you want to know a bit more about the history of how the signage system came about, AIGA has a great article on this. And if you want to sport a Subway Tattly, head this way.