Evernotes Every Friday
1. Jeremy Perez Cruz: 2801 Central
Best garage sale signs I have ever seen! Found Jeremy Perez via designworklife.
2. Jacob Souva’s Illustrations for Puzzld!
I am so behind in my design blogs! I am going through blogs that were posted over a month ago! I just read Veerle’s interview of Jacob Souva and was inspired by his illustration work and his process for the iPad and iPhone app Puzzld! His illustration work is so unique and the many different layers of texture and color keep you finding new pieces of the project the more you look at it. You must check it out. I already downloaded the lite version of the app to see it in person and for my favorite almost 3 year old to play with! See more of Jacob’s work here.
3. They Draw & Travel
While this map might not be to scale (not even close) it’s still fun to look at and recognize places I’ve been to! Illustrators and even non-artisans can submit their work to They Draw & Travel to be showcased on the site. From their website: “Each map is one-of-a-kind, highlighting off-the-beaten path sites and activities that are local favorites. You won’t find anything like this in a guidebook!” I can’t choose a favorite map, check them out and let me know which one is yours! Found via designworklife’s Monday Quick Links.
4. They Draw & Cook
The sister site to They Draw & Travel: They Draw & Cook! I am definitely the visual learner so illustrated recipes are just so for me! And there are tons and tons of them! You can search for the meal type, ingredients, or even the illustration style! So amazing! Found via designworklife’s Monday Quick Links.