Link List #5
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Spending most of our time on the web, the FvF team comes across many worthwhile links we bookmark for later – in our Link List, we share these finds with you.

From articles about stars to interviews with designers, a mixtape we’ve been listening to in the office to the best books of 2014 – this week’s column includes a link for everyone.

  • We’re all pretty addicted to Serial in the office, so this list of podcasts to listen to on the Need Supply blog is coming in pretty handy!
  • Grafik commissioned some of the best young designers and illustrators to create a new film poster for FACT’s Type Motion show – and we like them all!
  • Ever wondered how Bourbon is made – Gear Patrol just published a great video that shows you just that.
  • Red Bull asked 20 artists to share some music – on 20 days you can listen to 20 exclusive tracks to take you into 2015.
  • The University College London is set to open a design school at the Olympic Park – Dezeen has all the details.
  • 2014 is drawing to a close and Tumblr has just published a nice review of the year’s activities on its platform.
  • Business of Fashion sits down with Common Projects founders Peter Poopat and Flavio Girolami to uncover the brand’s origins.
  • Astronomers have spotted high-speed eruptions of gas that may halt the birth of stars – find out more on National Geographic.
  • It’s Nice That presents Gilli Type‘s new typeface GT Haptik and we especially like the mini site.
  • Good Reads compiled a list of the best books of 2014.
  • Ravens are mysterious creatures – but their social abilities have just become a little less mysterious, thanks to an IFL Science article.
  • i-D catches up with Spanish editor and publisher Luis Venegas to talk about his publications and his new magazine Printed Dog.

Thanks for reading and clicking – we hope our links inspired you and gave you an insight into the interests at the FvF office.

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