Welcome back! It’s been a nice week here at Paper Leaf; busy but not overwhelming, and there has been quite a number of unique and awesome finds in the design/arts community. This week’s Found Friday highlights the story behind the iPad wallpaper photograph, 2 different but awesome poster stores, a great site that allows you to see what a website looks like on the iPad, and a great article from Jacob Cass over at Just Creative Design explaining the differences between branding, logo & identity design. Read on & enjoy!
Apple’s products are always designed beautifully, from the industrial design right down to the default desktop wallpaper. Here is the story of the man who took the photo that graced the iPad on its launch – pretty interesting stuff, and a great shot.
From their website: “The Poster Cause Project is an online effort to sell and promote artwork by underground artists in a very limited form all while donating 50 – 100% of all profits to charities and organizations in need. Each month we release very limited prints by a different artists with 50 – 100% of profits going to a specific charity or organization chosen by us or the artist.” Cool concept, cooler artwork, and prices are relatively low, for those of us with cash-strapped budgets. Thanks to Kevin over at www.norushonthat.com for the heads up.
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