September 16, 2013
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- Authentic Jobs celebrates its eighth birthday with a charity:water campaign aimed at raising $100,000. Posted by Cameron Moll. Word mark by Sergey Shapiro. Sponsored by Campaign Monitor, Squarespace, An Event Apart, and InVision App.
- Matt Johnston’s Wrist, “a bi-weekly illustrative exercise to explore typography, colors, clock mechanics, and everything else that goes into watch design” — Matt welcomes Dribbbler submissions, so shoot him a watch! (And share it with us.)
- September contributors to Smashing Magazine’s monthly wallpaper series include Dribbbler Ricardo Gimenes
- Lumberjack Playing Cards website by Vadim Smolenskiy (design) and Andrey Kondratyuk (coding)
- Enjoy Seasons cards by Martín Azambuja for Holstee
- Golden Ticket by Bethany Heck/Eephus League: “This is a 12×18 poster, offset printed on a beautiful steel grey French Paper stock with an image of the great Grover Cleveland ‘Pete’ Alexander and a foil stamped ticket graphic taken from the a detail inside the HalfLiner.”
- Merch for the Pixies (favorite band, Dan Cederholm) by Sam Kaufman
- “Silkscreen posters for the 50th year of T1M telescope and the 100th year of T60 telescope located at the obsevatory of the Pic du Midi (French Pyrenees)” by Jean Mosambi
- The Snake and the Flower print by Gino Pambianchi
- Cards for the Legendary Geek Shop by Stolz
We Like Muppets
- Super Grover by Miguel Camilo
- Flat Design Beeker by Sean Fallon
- Beto Garza’s Vectortuts+ tutorial featuring Kermit the Frog
- Heisenbert by Glenn Jones
- The Brownlow Medal, awarded to the Australian Football League’s best player of the year, transformed by Joel Chris from 3D object to vector format for the league’s website
- & Sealed: Per Chad Michael, this shot offers a peek at a small Spanish tax seal strip for a larger bottle design which will wrap about the main bottle label’s base
- Junior Dickies label refresh by Dusty Pierce
- Literally branded: The Prince Ink Co. sign, lasered by Big Secret
Shake It, Shake It
- Milkshake gif by Linn Fritz
The final episode of Dexter airs this Sunday on Showtime in the U.S. We’re in pieces.
- The September-October issue of Australian Geographic, featuring Dave Foster’s “custom lettering for a word map showing over 380 Aboriginal tribes and dialects in their respective locations”
- The fall issue of the Cornell Law Forum, with cover and inside illustrations by Dante Terzigni Jr.
- UPPERCASE 19; posted by Janine Vangool; cover by Lydia Kasumi Shirreff
- For the second time, Android app Telly is being featured on Google Play’s Play Picks; posted by Angel Jiménez Lopez
- Markus Magnusson (Malmö, Sweden) and Sean Metcalf (California, USA) worked together with the folks at Juxt on congratulations animations for a IT conference.
- Dustin Schmeiding creates film textures for Ohio’s Go Media’s Arsenal. Simon Hartmann designs materials to help launch those textures. Also, Simon makes a quick demo of how to use the textures. Finally, we post it here, so you can get smarter.
Where’s Dribbble? Bangladesh!
- Hasin Hayder, Dhaka: One page template (debut shot — welcome!)
- Masum Rana, Dhaka: CRM application page
- Abdus Salam, Dhaka: Rebranding Me
- The Funisher by Dribbble’s own Samuel Fine available now at Cotton Bureau
- T-shirt graphic by Luke Flowers for Young Life Video Services (Colorado Springs)
On The Calendar
- September 13: Friday the 13th by Parker Gibson
- Throughout September: Riddick continues to open around the world. Riddick, by Enrique Rivero
For 40 days designers Timothy Goodman and Jessica Walsh dated and dished on their dates in daily diary entries. Art accompanies each entry on the hyper-hyped Fortydaysofdating.com; many Dribbblers contributed, including Darren Booth and John Passafiume. We asked Darren how the process worked. Did they get to read the daily entry first? Nope! “Tim and Jessica asked us contributors to typographically illustrate a phrase that they’d supply each of us with that came from their daily writings. That was the only art direction we needed, aside from the size requirement.”
September Is Honey Month
- Pure Honey, branded by Mike Bruner
- Domaći Vrcani Honey (“med” in Serbian), branded by Igor Mladenovic
- Metalab’s been sneaking peeks at the new version of its Flow online task management tool; posted by Luke Seeley
- Louie Mantia updated Pacific Helm’s Checkers app icon for iOS 7
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Kalamazoo Michigan USA Fri Aug 30 Maestro
About 20 people meet at Planet Maestro to talk shop and compete for Dribbble swag. Maestro Creative Director Zach DeYoung said, “When we weren’t doing the activities we spent time shooting pool, drinking local craft beer and eating local yummy pizza. All in all it was a great first meet up for us and everyone is looking forward to the next one!”
Göteborg (Gothenburg) Sweden Tues Sept 3 Elabs
The Gothenburg crew, minus regulars Johan Brook and Ida Jansson, met up at Elabs. Johannes Leuchovius (Elabs), Oskar Boethius Lissheim (Spotify Business), Jimmy Nordlund (Elabs), and Robin Rundkvist (Elabs) talked about current projects then honed in on the meetup’s main topic: role models in design.
Toronto Ontario Canada Weds Sept 4 Shopify Toronto
More than 100 people attended the Shopify meetup and had so much fun they stayed ‘til 11 p.m. The event played out casually, with no formal talks, just the usual design-inspired conversation.
Chandigarh, India Sat Sept. 14 5pm Books and Brew
London, Ontario, Canada Tue Sept. 17 7pm Runt Club 155 Albert Street
Buenos Aires CF, Argentina Thu Sept. 19 7pm Restorando Headquarters 3249 Céspedes
Glasgow, Scotland Fri Sept. 20 7pm Locatio