Friday Link Pack

– Dave Brown of Holiday Matinee asked a few creative types to contribute to a digital mixtape. Here it is.

Polka Dot Wooden Party Utensils.

– My studiomate Wesley in a short on fashion.

This Map shows how America compares to the rest of the world on gay rights. Scary how much ‘red’ there is.

Marimekko has a massive sale going on. #brandsIlove

– Only a few more days left to sign up for the next 6 months Tattly subscription!

– Here’s your chance to have dinner with Anil Dash.

– An interesting story behind the design of the “broken image” icons in Web browsers, on Quora. (via)

How To Apologize Online, by Derek Powazek

– Simple Genius: A Bendable Cheese Grater That’s A Cinch To Clean

– Fascinating: The Miner and Major is an experiment in communal living in Brooklyn.

– My friends over at The Great Discontent are looking to hire an Editorial Intern.

A Photoshop template of iOS 7 GUI elements.

– Interesting (and sobering) read: Don’t go to art school

– Two years in the making, street trials rider Danny MacAskill releases his brand new riding film.

Women of 1966 using compact mirrors in a packed crowd to catch sight of the queen in London. (via)

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  1. Again, a very helpful and inspiring link collection …

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