the 'online drafting pencil museum'. In the UK, we call these clutch pencils. Precise tools for precise people - the site's exquisite layout and picture quality certainly bears that out. The catalogs are particular beautiful (all frames-based, so these links destroy the navigation: J.H.Weil
, Koh-I-Noor Co.
, pin-up art from chewing gum. Related: 'England's streets are increasingly plagued
with fast food litter and chewing gum' / make your own Love Heart
, or send someone a custom package
of the fizzily potent little tablets / terrible look-a-likes
/ some kind chap has listed and linked all the magazines highlighted
in a recent kottke thread.
, photos and more / The Flashback Archive
, underground books and magazines and manuals (via Spitting Image
) / dirty hotels
(via Geisha Asobi
) vs dirty hotels
/ the view from Centre Point
- you donít usually see central London like this.
'If there is a car that has no cupholder, it is not safe', from the psychology of SUV ownership
). Related, the Big Box Juggernaut
) / beautiful architecture photos by Carol Bishop
Ė viewing platforms / a gallery of entries to the WTC Memorial
A gaggle of collective nouns
/ media coverage on the day Diana died
- a collection (a remembrance?) of continuity announcements and newsflashes, via I like
, who also flags up Designing Britain 1945-1975
: The visual experience of post-war society,
, a webzine / xtypa
, type focused weblog / a map of active hate groups
in the US / evolution of an orc
, part of a piece on computer graphics development / Mercury Lines
, photos by Jonathan Moore (via featured
). Also Spessi
, art projects.