Bembo’s Zoo - for his daughter’s first Christmas, designer Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich made her a bilingual alphabet book of animals constructed entirely out of the typeface Bembo
For his daughter’s first Christmas, Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich made an alphabet book of 26 different animals constructed entirely of type.
What’s so cute about an animal that loves absolutely nothing, makes your house smell terrible, and has a brain the size of an under-developed kidney bean? At last, a book that dares to answer these and other feline questions with the sane and sensible answer:Not a damned thing!
The Cat-Hater’s Handbook – an irreverent vintage gem illustrated by beloved children’s book artist Tomi Ungerer.
Vintage atomic science, Disney-style
Illustrator Sophie Blackall on the origin of her lovely Missed Connections project.
My Brother’s Work – fifty years after Where the Wild Things Are and a year after his death, Maurice Sendak’s tender and bittersweet farewell to the world, wrapped in a love letter to the departed.
What better way to start your week than with some vintage Edward Gorey?
So great – an illustrated chronicle of the Space Age
How to make great radio – an illustrated guide from Ira Glass