August 29th: Weekly Design Links

“Life is to be lived, not controlled, and humanity is won by continuing to play in face of certain defeat.”–Ralph Ellison

Back in the link flow this week. I’ve switched up my process and I’m feeling good about the new structure and everything. Maybe it’s a second wind? I don’t really know. If you like the links and want them via email, go to CreativeLinks.Club and sign up.

Thanks and here’s the goods…


A Rotterdam Office Relocates to a Renovated Historic Building •

Heatherwick Studio Released New Construction Images and Video of the 1000 Trees Project in Shanghai •

House in Rishpon •

Setsugekka Japanese Cuisine •

Zaha Hadid Architects Unveil Photographs of “World’s Tallest Atrium” Under Construction •

Design History

After Three Decades Out of Print, Humanscale — the Ultimate Tool to Design for People — is Back •

Web Design/UX/UI

Veil: A Modular Privacy Partition System Designed by Box Clever •

This Concept Car Is What BMW Predicts Their Cars Will Be Like in 100 Years •

Stunning Brand Identity and Packaging Design for Riley® •


Dripping Glass Fusion “Jellyfish” Sculptures by Daniela Forti •

When is a Designer Not A Designer? When He’s a Conceptual Fine Art Printmaker Too •

“Hipsters In Stone”: Artist Léo Caillard Continues To Dress The Statues As Hipsters •


Gloopy Ice Cream Paint Brushes Photographed by José Lourenço •

this photographer shot portraits of strangers before and after she kissed them •

“Just Another Day In L.A.”: Photographer Captures Fantastic Aerial Shots Of Los Angeles •


AIGA Design Census 2016: Investigating Design’s Gender Pay Gap •

The One Question Great Designers Ask •

Graphic Design

How to Feel Progress •

The Evolution of Trust •

Kurt Vonnegut on the Shapes of Stories •

that’s it for this week, give me a clap pretty please