Our week on the web…
1. Cool Hunter Australian Bill Tikos founded this hub for creativity in 2004 and it has blossomed into a great design source. Where to start: I’m always slightly overwhelmed by the amount of content here. Let the Hot Picks at the top of the homepage guide you. Or to see how the corporate world works head over to Offices.
2. Writer’s Rooms In case you missed yesterday’s post on Jane Austen’s “office” I wanted to list this great Guardian series again. They’ve rounded up a ton of contemporary writers and interviewed them about their workspaces. Where to start: They are all fascinating!
4. Felt and Wire A cool site (thank you Pentagram) devoted to design, paper and print edited by arts and design journalist Tom Biederbeck. Where to start: A funny essay from illustrator Laura Tarrish on her home workspace.
5. Please Enjoy This is the online home of Ji Lee – a graduate of Parsons and a creative force to be reckoned with! Where to start: I can’t decide between his great Parallel World project and the Abstractor.