News from Elsewhere
From Tokyo to Paris
Books as a means of expression
Graphique de la Rue
Typographic Splendor as Propaganda
Adam Harrison Levy
The History of Being Found
Life before Street View
Exposure: Children at Play in the City by Shirley Baker
The freedom of the street
Design Matters From The Archive: Marion Deuchars
Debbie talks to illustrator and author Marion Deuchars about the expressiveness of hand-lettering, about how drawing is an intense form of looking, and the limited value of technology in teaching art to children.
News from Elsewhere
Late summer edition
A New Life in Fine Art
The collages of Lou Beach
Sources of Inspiration
Michael Bierut + Jessica Helfand
Over the Rainbow
Rainbows, selfie sticks, and the flag of New Zealand
How Rotten Apple’s human-scale design interventions use built-environment cast-offs to enhance the built environment
Exposure: Rossellini and Lynch by Helmut Newton
A primal lovers’ tryst
Design Matters From the Archive: Louise Fili
Debbie talks to Louise Fili about designing book covers, designing for restaurants, about why she prefers working for small businesses, and about the importance of sketching.
Brown Cows and Hush Puppies
Advertising mascots through the ages
Three Reasons: World on a Wire
Fassbinder’s 1973 paranoid take on the future.
The Many Meanings of K
Let me count the Ks
Exposure: Woman Mailing a Letter by Clifton R. Adams
The spell of vintage color
Design Matters From The Archive: Massimo Vignelli
Debbie talks to Massimo Vignelli about his favorite typeface, his fight against vulgarity in his design, and what he means by forceful design.
The Ask: 13K
Books are a tried-and-true technology, requiring no plugs or updates or compatibility checks. We believe that books still matter. And so should you.
The Ask: 17K
In 2011, two young, driven designers decided that the 50 | 50 competition—threatened as it was at that moment with extinction—was worth fighting for.
Digital treasures from the world of science
The Ask: 21K
$25k down, $20k to go
Baffled in Buffalo
The Ask: 23K
A book about books.
In the age of collaboration how do we cater to the fundamental desire for recognition?