15 July 2011
Webfonts, family snaps, stained glass, data and design’s missing women
Here are a few links to sites, articles and exhibitions that piqued our interest this week.
Identify any webfont with this handy tool.
Why we can’t let design become a boy’s club
An interesting read on women in design (or the lack of) from Good magazine (see ‘Like they do give a damn’ in Eye 63).
Neal Fox ‘Beware of the God’
The Le Gun member exhibits stained glass at the Daniel Blau gallery in London.
A useful tool for visualising your data usage cleanly and clearly.
Photographs of photographs abound in this endearing photoblog.
Let’s make some great art
Marion Deuchars’ new book is coming soon; in the meantime have a look at the minisite.
More next weekend: see also Noted on the bar to your right.
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