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It’s a Barbie world, we’re just living in it
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Hopefully, you’re not sick of people painting the town pink just yet. I won’t write about any movie spoilers but I thought it was great and I’ll be a Greta stan for life now. Fun things to click on below.
Inside The Barbie Set
Architectural Digest gets a tour of the movie set. I’m loving all the BTS and hidden gems within the movie.
But if it existed in each of the 50 US states. Made with Midjourney, I would happily move into any of these.
Barbie Selfie Generator
This came out a couple of months ago but in case you missed it or want a fast way to create all the memes—here’s how you become an instant icon.
Raising the Bar… bie
The evolution of the Barbie logo over the decades.
Until next time folks, and remember: you are Kenough.
Resource of the Week
If you’re a designer looking to make your work move, this is the perfect introduction to ease you into the world of motion design. I’ve been waiting for Stephen to drop this course and it does not disappoint. Support him so he can make more!
Lucky Dip Links
A new venture by my friends at Logic + Rhythm. When it comes to product design and eng, they’re the best in the biz, so if you’re looking to get an easier overview of what your team is working on, check it out.
Video credit: Logic + Rhythm
Design and Destiny
A goodie from the TED archives, designer Philippe Starck questions “Why design?”. Really enjoyed this one.
Digging this rebrand by Koto, especially how the new logo brings the positioning—Real work talk—to life. Simply well done.
Vignelli Hellerware Rainbow Dinnerware
Stacking dinnerware set that I’d love to buy but my apartment already borderline looks like a doll house.
Image credit: MoMA
Little Places London
This website is making me want to book a trip to London. It feels so good to see sites like this again after the pandemic.
3D mockup images and movies. Can’t say I’ve found a use for this yet but can imagine when I’m back in case study mode I’ll be happy I bookmarked it.
Milwaukee Bus Passes
Weekly bus passes between the years 1930–1979. I’m obsessed with how extra these are! Can you imagine this being your job? Incredible.
Image credit: Kindra Murphy via Flikr
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