Archive for the ‘Useful sites.’ Category
By the Sheffield University Maths Society. Link here.
Notgeld, emergency money, is the name of money issued by an institution not authorised for money emission. This occurs usually when money is not available from the central bank. The best known emergency money emissions occurred in Germany and Austria-Hungary around the end of the first World War. (via Wikipedia).
Here is a massive collection of old Notgeld, some of which was designed at the Bauhaus. We love the huge variety of type, pattern & colour.
A blog devoted to type made from smaller shapes and elements. i.e. ‘pixels’.
Other links from Twitter this week:
Perpetual Pizza – perpetual pizza.
New Grids - nice blog.
London is Changing – an important survey.
Pan Converter - convert any recipe into the correct quantities for chosen pan size.
Pinterest You Are Drunk - the best of the worst from Pinterest.
Heals Open Call – for designers & students.
Be My Eyes – lend your eyes to the blind. Incredible.
A great collection of auction house catalogues, full of graphic posters.
194 coasters from a classic Czech beer. All of them are amazing.
A great Tumblr dedicated to signage from florist, liquor stores & hairdressers.
The Archive for Rural Contemporary Architecture, an ongoing project.
A huge collection of vintage American sugar cubes. Really nice type & muted colours to be found.