YAY for the weekend! Have a great one!
— Nelson-Atkins Museum’s Bloch Building was named one of world's most beautiful buildings by Travel+Leisure.
— A design (redesign?) for the Oscars Envelope.
— Become a fan of Design by AAD or leave a review on facebook.
— The weather is getting warmer. If you live in KC or are just visiting take a ride on a pedicab.
GOOD magazine recently set out to find the best bus route in America. With the help of Transportation Alternatives and an all-star roster of judges—Laura Barrett, Earl Blumenauer, Bryan Goebel, Maria Teresa Kumar, Craig Nelson, Enrique Penalosa, Carla Saulter, Robert Sullivan, and Paul Steely White— the Green Line in Kansas City, MO. was announced as the winner.
GOOD published my photo in the print edition of the magazine's energy issue. The photo was taken at the park and ride on 31st Street and Troost in Midtown KC.
The Green Line is part of KCATA's Troost Max Bus Rapid Transit line which is full of green technologies (including hybrid buses) and sculpture art.
New clients are awesome. Enjoy the weekend!
— Take a rare look inside Pixar studios. I found this to be really fascinating and it made me jealous.
— Who doesn't like chocolate peanut-butter cups?
— Real-life infographics
I first viewed the above photo on another inspirational site but it was originally posted on Design*Sponge.
If you are interested in design you will find this film very interesting. In this little film Erik Spiekermann compares type design to music, shares his design process and talks about how type has a face. My favorite parts are when he talks about team work and his belief that design can change lives.
Busy (snowy) week! Happy Friday!
— Matt Dorfman does sweet work. He designed this cover. Check out his blog!
— This week is has been snowmageddon, snopocalypse and SnOMG. Photos taken on Instagram for iPhone.
— Print Magazine redesign (and it looks boring and a mediocre).
— Happy Superbowl weekend. Never say no to Panda.