If I ever bid farewell to the world of freelancing from home and return to the realm of the full time, in-house employee, please oh please let it be at a studio that looks like this one. They have a pretty cool website as well. [via Herman Miller]
I love perspective street art like this (see also Stephen Doyle’s Grit or Leon Keer’s Lego Army). Maybe it’s not as difficult as it seems, but the depth precision these artists are able to achieve always amazes me. Also, why hasn’t New York embraced brightly painted alleys and building facades like so much of Latin America? [via Laughing Squid]
Bored at work? Take a break from watching videos of cats doing crazy shit and head on over to oneminutewith.com, a cool little website put together by designer Conor O’Driscoll. He interviews creative people from all over the world, asking about their lives, work, sources of inspiration, etc. Maybe you work from home, alone, like me, and your life is mostly devoid of contact with other designers (it’s not quite as depressing as it sounds). This a great place to “meet” other like-minded people, see how they work and what inspires them, and maybe in turn get inspired yourself.