Weekly Wonders 22

Weekly Wonders 22



Your weekly dose of design inspiration, resources and awesomeness.
Here are Weekly Wonders 22’s champions:


Looks Like Good Design
Web: Looks Like Good Design
Looks Like Good Design describes itself as a “fucking high quality inspiration” blog. And it is. Created by Swiss designer Jonas Kamber, it features the work of highly skilled photographers, designers and artists from everywhere. It’s definitely a website you’ll want in your bookmarks or in your RSS feed.


Pavel Ripley
Design: Pavel Ripley
Pavel Ripley is a Russian designer and illustrator based in Moscow. Using bright colors and contrasts, he creates beautiful posters, prints and other imagery, skilfully integrating both fine art and design to form dynamic artworks. Often seen in his work is a bright saturated red, a signature and obvious personal preference for this color. Hit his website to see more.


Chris Round
Photo: Chris Round
Chris Round is a Sydney-based photographer who takes beautiful urban photos using digital and film formats. His speciality resides in human-influenced environments, usually parts of the Australian landscape. His photos, under-saturated and a bit cold, are powerful and precise. Take a look at his Tumblr to see his frequently updated feed.


Freebie: ZeroBundle
ZeroBundle is an awesome free bundle of goodies for designers. Those freebies include icons, buttons, login forms, vector shapes, interface elements, PSDs, high-res textures, Photoshop brushes and more. It’s free for a limited time only so hurry up and download away!


App: Evernote – Free
Evernote is an app that won many awards. Here’s why: it’s an easy-to-use free app that lets you note down pretty much anything. From text, audio, to-do lists and photos, Evernote does it all. You can also sync your Evernote content between devices and on your computer thanks to browser add-ons, for instance. It’s available for iOS5 but also for many other OS such as Android, BlackBerry, Palm WebOS and even for Windows Phone. The only drawback I found is that the web version can be a bit slow at times. Otherwise, thumbs up.


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About the author

Tina Mailhot-Roberge is a graphic designer, illustrator and co-founder of Veodesign. She holds a BFA in Design from Concordia University, Montréal. She loves to help people and wirte about arts, design, web and technology. Find her on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.