“We’d rather stay married” – Emily Oberman and Paul Sahre on designing with wit, coming up in the ’90s and why they’ll never work together. The right…
The story behind the 20,000-brick Lego city that Norman Mailer built in his apartment for the cover of Cannibals and Christians. Warning: contains the…
Archive of Styles – A delve into Tallone Press’ collection of typefaces, absolutely stunning. Real care has gone into the beautiful photography and…
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Peanuts in space – Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing, Mondo have reprinted a pair of NASA safety posters to be sold at San…
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Happy Reading – I absolutely adore the new posters for Penguin Classics, by brand director Sam Voulters and designer Tom Etherington. Not sure what the…
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Andrzej Pagowski – Lots to be said about the second season of Killing Eve (especially the stunning locations and costumes), but what really caught my…
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Ottobiography – Otto Preminger talking to Roger Ebert about his memoirs in 1977: “You know you are really missing the best part of the book. The cover…
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Ian McQue – I haven’t seen the film of Mortal Engines yet, but this collection of McQue’s concept art for it is beautiful. Can’t beat a good sci-fi…
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Paris is Burning – Janus Films are rereleasing Jennie Livingston’s documentary on the 80s drag ball scene, and have released this simple yet spectacular…
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Birmingham Design Festival – This week sees the return of the excellent BDF, liberally scattering wonderfulness across the second city for three days…
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Wilder and Eames – Did you know that Charles and Ray Eames gave their first ever iconic lounge chair and ottoman to their friend Billy Wilder? They…
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