My tabs do not run out 😦
The Internet is an infinite cornucopia. I don’t think that makes sense since “cornucopia” connotes an abundant, but finitely visible set. Oh well.
Also, I think some of the sites featured may be insulted by my calling them ‘zines. I apologize; I couldn’t think of a more accurate term.
2. Fast Company’s feature on Hypebeast founder, Kevin Ma.
I like Hypebeast; it knows it’s target market and supplies fresh, slick product features that cater right to it.
Yeah, it’s basically inspired by a Mason jar, but it has striations that denote Latte, Cappucino, etc. contents. See, very aligned to its target market – the coffee-shop-bespoke-DIY-ish-manly-“knowledgeable” set.
3. CitID, a project that asks creative people from all over the globe to send a logo or visualization that represents their city.
The site asks you to “honour your city”, which, for me, is a winning and emphatic tagline. It makes me wish I was a graphic designer (as if I didn’t already).
It’s a beautiful project, and I wish I could read more about the people behind it.
4. It’s Nice That. It’s the name that I like, really.
It’s another one of those cultural curation sites. Interesting stuff, although might be a bit too high-brow-artsy for my personal taste and subscription.
5. Huh Magazine.
Which I found through Hypebeast.
I liked this featured image – Banksy talking about advertising.