Posts Tagged ‘stores’

Relaunch | The Match Factory Online Store

Monday, January 17th, 2011
A Design Shop for Prints & Projects After a very long hiatus, the online store of the Match Factory has been relaunched. It's now a design shop where you'll find our projects ranging from the personal to the political. And the optimistic. All screenprints are hand-pulled by yours truly and all projects are self-initiated in keeping with our original statement of intent: because making is part of things. We'll be adding more projects in the future and will of course keep things lively. Prints about love? Yes of course. And political activism? Why most definitely. Ah, sweet-sweet variety. As it's a design shop for our prints and projects, all sales will go to the making of more prints and projects. And the cycle will go on as long as it makes sense for us. Thank you for your interest, and for your support.

826DC

Friday, November 12th, 2010
826DC The Museum of Unnatural History. Design Director Oliver Munday.

KIOSK

Friday, October 15th, 2010
[caption id="attachment_3224" align="alignnone" width="540" caption="Interesting things from interesting places"][/caption] When I was in New York I went to this awesome little store in SoHo called KIOSK. We offer a curated range of prod­ucts from all over the world in an exhibition format. Everything is sourced during our travels; we build the collection while away and then feature what we found at KIOSK for 4 — 6 months. A terribly good time. And I got a sweet comb: The Knights of Nit. Read more on their Where the hell am I? blog.

You Work For Them – Book Archive

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010
ywft You Work For Them discontinued selling books on their site (sad face) some time ago but have released a new Book Archive that is essentially a collection of some of the best books about design, typography, art, etc.. which are each linked up to buy on Amazon. The benefit of using the YWFT Book Archive to browse books is that they have better descriptions, better images and categorization than you could find by using Amazon alone. They also have a Book Advice section that outlines which books are essential for designers to own or learn from.