Sites We Like: Rosemary Butcher, Hamacama, and Santa Monica Pier

A choreographer, hammocks, and the Santa Monica Pier in this week’s sites we like.

Rosemary Butcher

The website of Rosemary Butcher is a beautifully simple representation of her career, with a clever scrolling timeline to contextualize the expansive scope of her résumé. Adobe Text lends an appropriate elegance and is a welcome departure from the web-standard Georgia.

Hamacama

Hamacama sells what we all wish we were laying in right now: hammocks. Museo Slab and Museo Sans unify the site, and the superfamily’s relaxed aesthetic pairs well with the subject matter.

smp

The storied history of Santa Monica Pier takes on a fun, quirky attitude with this attractive site. Letter Gothic, Futura PT, and Alternate Gothic No. 3 D work together to achieve a spunky retro vibe.

That’s all for this week; share sites that you like in the comments.

3 Responses

  1. while rosemary website is interesting, I found the red like behind the content quite annoying.

    what everyone else think?

  2. Akhtar says:

    I think rosemary is unique touch of design.. but not yet responsive design :(

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