by CH Contributor
by Sara Huston An invitation-based online service, Ffffound allows members to post and share their favorite images—from '70s album covers to contemporary art and outer space nebula— from the web. Like Amazon and Netflix, the site...
by Mike Frank
In 2001 designers Michael Cina and Michael Young began a departure from traditional commercial graphic work to focus on more experimental design projects. Spanning typography, illustration, 3D and video, they have been continually pushing the boundaries...
Cargo Collective: Interview with Co-Founder Folkert Gorter
An interview with the head of Cargo, an artist-oriented publishing platform
by Brian Fichtner
Cargo, a web publishing platform designed specifically for the creative fields, appeals to art directors, photographers, graphic designers, visual artists and more. Created by Folkert Gorter, Josh Pangell and Rene Daalder, the service enables users...
by Max Gold
The Awesome Highlighter is like the bag at the candy store you use to hand-pick exactly what will satisfy your sweet tooth, except it's for the world wide web. Allowing you to highlight specific text from any web page, it then creates a unique...
It's Nice That #5
The fifth issue launch of London's magazine for contemporary creative types
by Karen Day
If there's anything that will put conversations about the future of print to rest, publications like It's Nice That put a colorful damper on naysayers with their sharply designed, ad-free production, now on its 5th issue. Founded by graphic designer...
Squarespace: Showcasing Talent
One of the best ways to present your creativity with beauty and simplicity
by CH Studio
As a group of editors constantly on the lookout for emerging designers and artists, the team at CH understands the value of an accurate, beautiful demonstration of talent. Sites can be too busy, or mistake scantness for minimalism. UX problems are...
by Josh Rubin
And speaking of potatoes, how random is this? www.potatoe.com
by Carol T Chung
Casey Weldon creates provocative work. Some are serene; others are somewhat chilling (in a way that poses questions like "who are you? and would you like a hug?"). Casey you are a wonder... at least till you get your about page up. All his...
by Josh Rubin
Glitch Browser is a project by Dimitre Lima, Tony Scott and Iman Moradi that is designed to subvert the usual course of conformity and signal perfection. You enter a URL in to the browser and the site returned has intentionally degraded images. The...
Tokyo Art Beat Artist T-Shirts
by Doug Black
Attentive readers might remember Tokyo Art Beat when we covered them way back in 2005. For the uninitiated, TAB is a website covering art events, reviews and creative jobs in the Japanese capital. The free service is run as a nonprofit, but occasionally...
by Josh Rubin
The long awaited Adobe Creative Suite 3 is confirmed for release at the end of the month at a special event in New York City. While details are being withheld until 27 March, this teaser video surfaced today (and correlates to this UK site). It's...
ReadyMade Shrinky Sheets
by Ami Kealoha
Like Legos, shrinky sheets (you may remember them as ShrinkyDinks) are a grade-school era toy that's maybe even better for grown-ups. ReadyMade magazine is staging a comeback of the material with the introduction of it into their online store...