Ok then, only a day late ain’t too bad. In the weeknotes this week, our news, other news and audio.
We dropped a new set of our stock vectors on Nanamee. The gnarled primitives collection:
There’s a new old t-shirt in our outlet store, a tribute to the cyberpunk movement. The literary movement of the 80′s that is, not the depressing teen cybergoth leather trenchcoat army that followed…
We’ve also embarked on a new project in collaboration with our friendly neighborhood communication & media strategists Johnny Wonder, more on that probably as it launches in a few months time.
Rick Poynor has another good piece on Design Observer concerning the demise of Grafik Magazine and the developing nature of Design Criticism. Read it here.
We have a new #1 most anticipated movie. It’s already been funded, but there’s still 9 days left on the clock if you would also like to throw money at it.
No CGI, no greenscreen, just awesome old-school in-camera special effects. Check out more details and updates on the project on Kickstarter.
The week award for least annoying dubstep mix goes to: J’aime le Dubstep 151 by Riskoteque.
And that’s all.
DEATHMARCH 2012 was brought to you this week by the mutant space launching spawn of Ekranoplan, and cross-field relay buggymageddon. Check out that driver switch, nice!
See you next week!