Culture, Hacks & Fonts
This week we’re having a lot of video content which I found inspiring and I hope you will too. If you enjoy this newsletter please consider sharing it. All tweets are welcome.
Fonts: Introducing ROA Display, a choppy archaic serif with roots in Greek mythology, designed by Andrei Robu. It’s super nice for all display projects. Check it!
I've been discovering various podcasts this past werk and I want to share them with you:
Rick Rubin interviews Andre 3000 in the Broken Record podcast.
Illustration Hour has some great guests. I've particularly enjoyed the episode with Matthew LeBaron about the business of illustration and design.
Great interview Chris Do talks with Marty Neumeier about branding.
Studio Visits is a super nice interview series by Criterion. (Via Dragos)
The beginning of Black Eyed Peas:
This is gold: A map of wireless passwords from Airports around the world.
That’s why we all enjoy drawing: Meditation for Artists - The Automatic Drawing Technique.
A new report by Amnesty International urges "we need to stop accepting [data collection] & start seeing it for what it really is: a violation of our human rights 'on an unprecedented scale' perpetrated by Facebook & Google."
theguardian.comTech giants watch our every move online. Does that violate our human rights?Facebook claims its data collection is inherent to the way the internet works. The internet didn’t have to be this way
That’s it! This was probably our last issue of the year. I hope you enjoy this new format.
You can send me cool links (portfolio updates) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until next time!