In this week's edition, we have craft, coffee, clowns, cities, and a non-alliterative 90s software flashback.
This week we visit outer space: your brain doesn't know how big the moon is, and an astronaut is stuck on Mars. Also, amazing backlit paper cut dioramas, and tools to help you name stuff.
Kung Fu Fighting, watercolour crystals, data visualisations of ancient texts and a geometric pattern font, right here in this edition.
My observing this week has been curtailed by multiple deadlines, but I did come across a few noteworthy tidbits, from a graphic identity combining hand lettering with edge painted cards to designer crab homes, as well as my current favourite working soundtracks and two beautiful animated shorts.
Slightly delayed after a week of deadline madness, it's this week's edition of Observed. We have handcrafted goodness in the form of paper aviation and vintage-inspired type, as well as a book that took me a year to read (I always read Taleb slowly) and fresh cartoons.
In this week's art-and-illustration-heavy edition, caffeine-addicted wildlife, rivers run through coffee tables, brainsploding paintings and more.