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A new approach to portraiture: John Foster on the Miaz Brothers
This week Dear Bonnie—our truth-telling advice column from Bonnie Siegler—on how to handle the silent treatment from a client.
2013's submissions ranged from the conventional to the radical.
On the occasion of a new exhibition Adam Harrison Levy remembers a friend and the intimacy he captured
Rick Poynor looks at the work of a master of cinematic graphic design
On the eve of a historic vote for independence DO’s resident Scot explains his position
On the eve of a historic vote for independence DO’s resident Scot wants to remain British
Mathematical and geometric visual poems from a Benedictine abbot.
The observations of a graphic designer as client
Dear Bonnie: Lost in Louisville
A house may not always be a home but it is an iconic shape.
Stunning photographs of the Portuguese Man-of War.
Steven Heller remembers Mildred Friedman, who passed away late Wednesday.
On a Saturday morning in 1945 a young American soldier named Jerome Seckler climbed three flights of stairs to Pablo Picasso’s studio with the goal of being enlightened.
That Louise Fili is a designer of spectacular talent is, of course, well-known.
A photo-essay on the futuristic marina and business park in the south of France that inspired Ballard’s disquieting fantasy about corporate crime
William Drenttel collected everything could get his hands on regarding the design and execution of the periodic table, and it's on view.
Photographing oneself has become a singular pastime, an instantly rewarding yet indisputably time-sucking activity poised somewhere between narcotic and sport.
Thoughts about working from our contributors.