Monday Quick Links

Fuzzco just launched a project I’m really excited about: Goes to Work, “a suite of internal management tools that allow companies in the creative space (designers, developers, architects, etc) to better organize themselves.” Get a glimpse into the app’s interface right here and check out the app’s website to request an invite.

David Airey’s new book, Work for Money, Design for Love, is now available for pre-order.

I featured one of these in last week’s Collection, but I thought they deserved another mention: Out of Prints sells vintage original Pantone Letraset posters in a wide variety of colors.

Speaking of Pantone, I recently discovered they they offer a series of desktop wallpapers for all of your devices. Check them out here.

This is New York Now shows you Instagram photos taken in NYC in real time.

Fields Notes launched the limited edition Game Day series, which also marks their first foray into publishing with Field Notes Brand Books. The first release is a story by Kevin Guilfoile entitled A Drive Into the Gap, “a true story about fathers and sons, baseball and memory, and the improbable journey of a bat from one of the most iconic moments in the history of the game to the bedroom of a 12-year-old boy.”

Two Paperdolls and Neenah Papers just launched The Beauty of Engraving: “a virtual gallery of engraved paper, a resource for engraver contact information, and a place to learn more about the craft. The site is geared towards the graphic design crowd, or people who are looking for a great and interesting way to print their work.

Tad Carpenter created this excellent how-to guide for Adobe Illustrator CS6.

Good Reads: The Creators of “Workaholics” on Keeping the Stupid and Weird in Your Creative ProcessHow to Set Goals and Motivate Yourself to Actually Achieve ThemManaging Email Realistically.


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