Another week, another catalog of interesting pieces of the internet, hand-picked for your consideration. It’s a tough job, but we’re happy to scour the digital landscape and identify the things you should see in these Links from Last Week posts.
From Plain Text, our blog:
A Website for 3e8 — We designed a brand and website for our friend Kyle who runs a development shop named for the scientific notation for the speed of light.
From everywhere else:
Old Book Illustrations — a search-able compendium of illustrations (and articles) Victorian and French Romantic eras, scanned, digitized, and in the public domain
Butler Typeface — Beautiful, free display serif from Fabian De Smet
Fibonacci Blocks — Sixteen-year-old student Luke Hamilton created a set of children’s building blocks based on the golden ratio and is funding the production through an (already successful) Indiegogo campaign.
Buffer Resource Kit — The ultimate checklist for anyone running social media for their business, app, platform, or brand.
A Model Childhood — An interview with Kim David McNeill Simmons, photographer of the original Star Wars action figure dioramas
Over / Under — 124-year-old patent throws a log on the toilet-paper-orientation-debate-fire
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