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Steven Heller remembers Elaine Lustig Cohen, passionate historian, avid collector, and design practitioner.
Debbie talks to information designer Giorgia Lupi about data visualization and the data of our personal lives.
Seen on the streets of Paris: a clown, a dog, mannequins, gorgeous hand-drawn signage + more.
All his work, from cutting the wood during the summer, to stacking it in early fall, through to burning it in the winter freed him from a dependency on oil. His heat is local.
Over a career that spans more than six decades, David Pease has built a body of work that is anchored by a methodical studio practice.
A story of how logic meets chance, how memory engenders narrative, how observation seeds curiosity, cues language, and sparks form.
Debbie talks to Joe Hollier about an invention of his that is designed to bring back boredom in the era of the smartphone.
More Paris street photography + a surprise in a box.
Bathroom signs, MBA students, Mozilla and open logo design, The Commissar Vanishes, Masters of Sex
Jessica Helfand, who teaches the seminar "Studies in Visual Biography" at Yale, shares her year-long exploration of the American muralist Ezra Winter: this is part one.
Debbie talks to artist and designer Kelli Anderson about her new pop-up book, This Book is a Planetarium, and about her collaboration with They Might Be Giants.
A collection of type on the streets of Paris
It turns out that the "recycling symbol" at the bottom of my yogurt container had nothing to do with its recyclability. So why was it there? My curiosity led to findings around which I built a design class.
Food, like exceptional dance, can be of incredible pleasure not only because it stimulates our senses, but also because it is a portal into an intimate relationship with ourselves.
In the age of collaboration how do we cater to the fundamental desire for recognition?
Lightbulb-headed naked dolls, Butter! Eggs! Lemons! Type = theatre, how the light falls in Paris + more.
The Napalm Girl photo on Facebook, 9/11 out of context, Apple stores and the iPhone 7 launch, the Doctor Strangelove trailer, Wiener-Dog, Pantsuit
The Beatles have, over the course of my lifetime, become attached to my nerve endings. It’s a curious sensation, but one I’m glad I still have.
The L.A. punk scene’s after-hours headquarters
Debbie talks to type designer Tobias Frere-Jones about his career and why typefaces are like the air we breathe.