August 26–30, 2013
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- Doe Eyed Design’s fall apparel collection, including the Jewel Thief T-shirt
- “Fontfabric type foundry presents Braxton Pro — a brush flavored script font family!”
- In a Brush, Colin Tierney’s new site featuring “hand lettering in its rawest form; quick shots without the edits.” Highlights work by Colin and fellow Dribbblers Claire Coullon, Neil Secretario, Rokas Sutkaitis, Neil Tasker and Matt Vergotis.
- Console.Logging Co. T-shirt from Seth Akkerman, who told us, “Much like our plaid-wearing brothers from other mothers, web folks are loggers too.”
- The latest issue of Kill Screen Magazine, featuring Andrew Colin Beck’s portrait of game creator Douglas Wilson (Johann Sebastian Joust, Sportsfriends)
- Laika the Astronaut; “In Owen Davey’s imaginative take on a true story, Laika is rescued by new owners and finds the perfect home on a planet far, far away.”
- Pacific Rim poster by Christopher Lee
- The latest issue of In Re, South Texas College of Law’s alumni magazine, featuring Cityscape by Jacqui Oakley
- The September issue of Ebony magazine, featuring Matt Stevens’ “map of Memphis, styled after old diner placemats”
We Like Trees
- Golden Pines Papershop logo by Alex Choura
- Foxy Purple from a WIP by Patswerk
- Marmalade Garden business cards by Tatyana Polyakova
- Bench (online bookkeeping, Vancouver and New York) by Roger Dario
On The Wall
Fangamer X Attract Mode gathering/art show in conjunction with Seattle’s Penny Arcade Expo gaming convention last weekend; Dribbbling artists included Steve Courtney, Andrew Lockhart, Mikey Mann, and Timothy J. Reynolds
- FLATSTOCK 41 at last weekend’s Bumbershoot art festival in Seattle, Wash. “FLATSTOCK … is an ongoing series of exhibitions featuring the work of … popular concert poster artists.” Dribbbling participants included DKNG.
- For the Silver Screen Society’s online August exhibit artists riffed on ’80s fantasy The NeverEnding Story; NeverEnding Dribbblers included Dominic Flask.
- Evernote Conference, Sept. 26-27, San Francisco, “use the promo code DRIBBBLE25 to get a 25% discount.”
BRING IN DA MOTHERDRIBBBLIN’ RUCKUS!
- Wu Tang Clan bamboo toys by Studio Stubborn Sideburn for Totem Resolve
Without You We Would Have Never Imagined…
- …hipster deities. New Dribbbler (welcome!) Christopher Cunetto is working on a series “depicting gods from ancient mythologies as contemporary hipsters!” Here, Pan shows his ink.
On The Calendar
- August 28 Tomatina tomato fight and festival, Bunol, Spain; In lieu of staging a Dribbble tomato fight, we’ll offer up Kim Gee’s tossed tomatoes, part of Tasting Table and Williams-Sonoma’s joint Sous Chef series profiling up-and-coming chefs.
- Aug 30 Frankenstein Day; Frankenstein by James Graves
- Sept 2 Labor Day: Labor Day Getaways for Roadtrippers by Luisa Mancera
- …Piano Month: Ben Folds Five T-shirt by Matt Shelton
- Simon Collison and Geri Coady are going to Lisbon. To avoid disappointment due to subpar souvenirs, Collison has custom-designed a set in advance.
- Cam Hoff is in a book club. With gentlemen. Possibly mustachioed.
- Us! Deconstructing the Dribbble Dream by Justin Mezzell, who posted a shot on Dribbble about an article he wrote about Dribbble and people writing about Dribbble. And Dribbbledy Dribbble. Meta, dude!
Working It Out
- Happy Birthday x 5 to Philadelphia-based design-driven brand Ugmonk
- Google Ventures “whipped together a homepage feature to announce our investment in Uber”; posted by Daniel Burka.
- Rachel Robertson shared “store account avatars for Shopify for iPhone”
- Andrew Cohen and Corey Haggard have been working on the new Thoughtbot site.
- Virb “added a new simple onboarding process for new signups”; posted by Andy Rossi.
- Want to host your own Dribbble Meetup? Check out our helpful new guide! You can throw an Analog Playoff with the helpful template on the left. Afterwards, email us photos and a recap to and we’ll try to include the wrap-up it in the next Replay.
Montréal, QC, Canada
Tue Aug 27 Laika
From organizer Kevin Clark: “We had about 20 people come in and we discussed what we’re currently working, our thoughts on iOS 7, trends, and some people gave a few insights into their creative process. That’s something I like about our industry, everyone is so open and eager to help out newcomers. This fits right in with Dribbble’s mission.” The group also did a pre-event playoff featuring local landmarks.
Göteborg, Sweden Tue Sept 3 6pm Elabs Östra Hamngatan 1 411 10 Göteborg, Sverige
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA Wed Sept 4 6:30pm Gracie’s 326 SW Temple
Toronto, Ontario, Canada Wed Sept 4 7pm Shopify Toronto 241 Spadina Ave