Adorable miniture items paired next to their proper Pantone chip!
"The more people love your posts, the further they spread."
Share your thoughts, feelings, pictures and emoticons with your friends anonymously with Secretly. Though there are other apps out there that allow friends to anonmously post their images and videos (see: Ether) what makes Secretly cool is that the more people like your thoughts, the more people it gets share with.
Monument Valley is like M.C. Escher meets Dalí meets Rayman. Looks like I found what I'll be doing all weekend.
Jeremy Loyd created a logo for each of the eight final episodes of the hit AMC television show Breaking Bad. Though Breaking Bad wrapped up awhile ago, I thought this project was worth a share. Not only because it was so fantastic and well-designed, but also because if enough people see this, then maybe we can convince him to make logos for the rest of the episodes.
The geniuses at Mail Chimp are at it again. Now you can download your very own paper buddy, complete with landscapes and ping pong accessories. "Why?" you ask. Because why not?
Mini Metro is a game by Dinosaur Polo Club that tasks players with laying out subway routes in an ever-growing city. It's beautiful, minimalistic, and offers "limitless routing and upgrade strategies."
How long can you keep the subway system running before it grinds to a halt?
Head on over to Pop Chart Lab for this beautiful hand-illustrated collection of the greatest hits in typewriter design. Though it's touted as a perfect gift for those that "lament the loss of the carriage return" - a category I definitely don't fit into - I do think it's a lovely print and a great visual piece on how design and functionality have changed over the years.
Apple is rolling out CarPlay in select 2014 vehicles. It's meant to be a smarter, safer way to use your iPhone in the car. Utilizing the built-in dashboard display, drivers can get directions, make calls, listen to music, and send and receive messages. All you have to do is plug in your iPhone.
No big deal, guys. Readymag just wants to be the "printing press of the digital era."
Joking aside, this looks incredible. And maybe, just maybe, I'll finally get around to designing that interactive gluten-free cookbook I wrote.