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webpick of the week   08.15.14

Street Art Project Street art is meant to be ephemeral—worn away by the bustle of cities, eroded by rain or painted over by real estate developers. However, the internet ... Read Review


Has It Leaked Has It Leaked is a music community that bridges the gap between labels and fans by providing a platform to discuss upcoming releases. The online magazine features eye-catching illustration and typography.


Rivals Fashion publication Familiar's fifth issue, Rivals, shows the fashionable side of rivalry in modern sport. Photography and short videos convey the subtle glares and emotional pitch of competition among two competitors.


Hammer Museum The Hammer Museum’s new, fully responsive website gives users comprehensive access to museum exhibitions, collections and programs, as well as a curated presentation of the Hammer’s rich multimedia archive.


UNE For Geneva–based communication agency UNE, a basic grid layout with animated flare gives its website a deft touch of funkiness. Instagrammed photos of the office bulldog add to its down-to-earth charm.

webpick of the week   08.08.14

McColl Center for Art + Innovation Museums tend to display paintings with the most neutral background possible—a white wall—so that visitors focus on the art. For McColl ... Read Review


Ten Inspiring Moments St. Louis Children's Hospital enlivened its annual report with affecting photos, personal stories and animated graphics to celebrate the hospital's triumphs, such as a leukemia patient who earned a perfect ACT score.


Briefcase Type Foundry Recently launched Czech type foundry Briefcase digitizes original fonts and publishes older, previously unreleased typefaces. Briefcase's minimally designed website shows off its curated compendium of fonts.


Elespacio To rebrand its identity, Barcelona–based digital agency Elespacio created a futuristic website that riffs on its name, which means "space," using background footage of the moon's surface and other galactic references.


Readymag Readymag is an online publishing platform with responsive design that helps digital storytellers create stylish microsites, online magazines, portfolios and presentations—all with ease.

webpick of the week   08.01.14

Google Night Walk Although Paris tops most tourist destination lists, Marseille—France's second-largest city on the Mediterranean—is often overlooked. Night Walk in ... Read Review


The Legendary Journey With scroll-activated animation and audio storytelling, this website narrates the legendary 7-0 Turkey vs. Syria game in 1949, and explains why Turkey couldn't go to the World Cup despite winning a spot. ...


Makeshift Makeshift magazine finds ingenuity on the economic margins, from Chinese hackers to homemade aircraft in Nigeria. Its website complements the quarterly print magazine with immersive multimedia journalism and a responsive design.


Brahma In this HTML5 website, a regal, gold-foil font and dramatic photography set the stage for Brahma's World Cup beer, Selecao Especial, made with barley grown at the Brazil national soccer team's training center.


Universal Typeface Experiment The Universal Typeface Experiment is averaging our collective, global penmanship by combining digital handwriting samples with Mobile Connect, compatible with touchscreens. The typeface will be downloadable this September.