Daily Archives: December 23, 2010

Link Love: 12.23.10

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Daria Werbowy for Numero.

• If you click on only one link this week, Let it Dough over at the New York Times is a must. It will make you smile, I promise!

• Design firm Baker, which has been around since 1981 just redesigned their identity and lets us in on their creative process.

• E-Commerce Copywriting teaches you how to make your products more desirable and is super in-depth.

• Panda handlers in China dress up in panda suits so that they don’t spook the cubs! (via rachel hills)

• Fashion Gone Risqué in 2010 documents the riskiest, most provocative shoots this year (NSFW). And then, the best retro fashion spreads are covered in Fashion Gone Retro.

• Minimalism in packaging design: yes, please.

• Kevin Smith shares his secret to success: “The secret to a successful life is hardly a secret; it requires you to be 

self-centered as all fuck, is all. So long as it’s not at the expense of others, make yourself the center of your universe. You only get to do this ONCE, so try to take as much stress out of the process as you can.”

• Brand New shares some of the worst identities of 2010.

• I love the cool, understated look of Mexican coffee brand Basanti’s packaging.

• Actor Randy Quaid has completely lost his mind, for real. Vanity Fair says, “They’re spending nights in their car, on the run from the same shadowy cabal—“the Hollywood Star Whackers”—who may have killed Heath Ledger, possibly sabotaged Jeremy Piven, and could now be targeting Lindsay Lohan. No, this is not the plot of Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Randy Quaid’s latest movie. It is what he and his wife, Evi, swear is really happening to them.”

• Caught Between Fat and Thin is the story of a fat acceptance advocate who decided to lose weight. (via rachel hills)

• Of course I love the Santa Brand Book.

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Daria Werbowy for Numero.