Brooklyn Typology: The Electronic Architecture of a Living City

Opening Ceremony's patchwork-bright Tumi bags, Olympic design, a blog devoted to letterpress and wood type, and more

Neil Freeman’s meticulously organized photographs and data form a cohesive picture of Brooklyn’s urban landscape, a project highlighted on Good.

Logorama Video Short

Opening Ceremony's patchwork-bright Tumi bags, Olympic design, a blog devoted to letterpress and wood type, and more

Gizmodo explains why the Oscar-nominated video short “Logorama” (since predictably removed from the web due to copyright issues) is the best movie this year. The leaked video parodies consumer culture, fitting 2500 logos into the 15-minute frame.

Metromint Water

Metromint water is a great new addition to my fridge. Created by the husband and wife team of Rio Miura and Scott Lowe (who are also behind David Rio teas), Metromint is made with only two ingredients: pure water, and mint from Washington. The flavor is just right– a notch or two above subtle, and way below intense. I’ve been bringing it to the gym …