Film in Transit
Remnants of the Ghanian Mobile Cinema
Art and Resistance
The House on Fairmont
The D Word: Sin
Tracts to Attract Sinners
Adam Harrison Levy
Hiroshima Lost and Found
The lack of visual evidence of the atom bomb’s effect has helped us to forget its devastating impact. To see is to remember.
Exposure: Drape (Cavalcade III) by Eva Stenram
Abducted in plain sight
On this episode Debbie talks with artist and writer Lisa Congdon about how she sometimes felt like an imposter.
What happens when we let things go?
Reading the Future
A new cache of Futurist books from a Russian library
From Hallway to Gallery
Big accomplishments from small ideas
Michael Bierut, Jessica Helfand
The Good, the Flat, and the Ugly
Instagram, rainbows, digital brutalism, Design: The Invention of Desire, the Freewrite.
Nobler than beauty
Adrift in Alabama
To be human is to struggle with the unknowable. To design is to make things knowable.
Collaborate or Die
Graphic design as ensemble performance
Design matters because of the why, not the what: the sentiment, not the acquisition.
Exposure: Andy’s Food Mart by Tibor Kalman and M&Co
The virtue of the vernacular
On their annual podcast Debbie talks to graphic design guru Steve about how to deliver social critiques with a punch.
The Mayor vs. Mohawks
"Those art kids."
Capture the flag
The Asafo Flags of Ghana
Arms to Arts
"Why not make it an art college?"
The D Word: Untutored
The anarchic collage of Art Chantry
Exposure: Mrs. E.N. Todter by Dion & Puett Studio
Art and the Ladies’ Field Club
Debbie talks to Alicon Bechdel about how identifying herself as a lesbian when she was young lead her into a career as a cartoonist.