Id-Grids and Ego-Graphs: A Confabulation with Finnegans Wake – amazing vintage typographic abstraction of the Joyce classic by artist Jacob Drachler (1909-1998).
Good life-advice in this fine addition to Tyler Adam Smith’s ingenious project, 100 Books That Should Be Written: Busy Is a Decision by Debbie Millman, a title borrowed from her very real synthesis of 10 hard-earned life lessons.
Luckily, Millman did write an actual book, and a most excellent one at that, of illustrated wisdom on life.
Delicious vintage food PSAs
Never copy, only get influenced
Erik Spiekermann points his uncompromising spear of no-bullshit sagacity at the question “What is the future of typography?”
Antonelli’s most recent book, Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects, based on her MoMA exhibition of the same name, is fantastic.
Since I was an infant, I have feared my father’s den. Based on [its] ancient relics and mass clutter, I have since referred to the location as “Steven Heller’s Cave.”
Nicholas Heller, son of the inimitable design critic Steven Heller, takes us inside his father’s legendary den – a bibliophile’s paradise.
Pair with this fantastic Design Matters interview with Heller.
Happy birthday, Saul Bass, greatest graphic designer of all time.
Wisdom on design from Bruce Mau and other famous graphic designers.