Evernotes Every Friday
1. La Pinot
I adore this typography from the contrasting typefaces to the way the script weaves in and out of the sanserif type. Found via Dribbble.
2. Scrolling Website by Rally Interactive
I just love the websites that are all contained in one page and you just keep scrolling. The added element of the slanted lines also helps the user find his or her way down the site. Too bad this is only a concept and never came to be! Even without the interactivity, the design is awesome! Found via Dribbble.
3. Kevin Kidney’s Holiday Village Poster Process
Just as I mentioned in last week’s Evernotes Every, I love papercuts! And one of my favorite paper-constructionists (and Disney artist), Kevin Kidney, just posted a blog about his process in making a poster. From the initial layout to the final photography, the piece is epic in detail and perfection. Yes, the below image was made from paper. Don’t believe me? See the behind the scene action here.
I found this great logo, designed by The Hungry Workshop, while researching letterhead ideas! It takes a talent that I don’t have to be able to write find a way to write forward and backward! And I love how they flipped random letters in the contact information too. It reminds me of the Princess Bride logo too! Found via Lovely Stationery.
5. Pipe Bookshelf/Sconce
This is just awesome. I’ve been trying to get a variety of textiles in our house and this would fit in perfectly! Plus, it’s a light! How awesome! You can buy a set from Dirty Bills on Etsy. Too pricey for me, but I could forgo the light and just have the pipe anyway! Found via Pinterest.
December 3, 2011
I love that holiday poster. He’s amazing!