Check out this interesting art book review over on Typo-Graphical Reblogged: Source: Don’t Sleep: The Urgent Messages of Oliver Munday is an in-depth look at the crucial and incredibly arresting work of a powerhouse in graphic design and visual art. Munday’s work has been featured in the New York Times, The New Yorker,Read More →


It’s 3 p.m.! Let The A.V. Club briefly make use of the waning hours of your productivity with some pop culture ephemera pulled from the depths of YouTube. The question of whether or not Glenn Danzig is truly evil doesn’t matter. Danzig, better than perhaps any other modern celebrity, knows how toRead More →

MEN WITHOUT WOMEN – Haruki Murakami A cosmetic surgeon is faced with love, and its imperfections, for the first time. A veteran actor finds himself beholden to his female chauffeur. A recently-divorced salesman opens a jazz bar as memories of an ex-lover riff and swell.Read More →

There are so many ways to be unhappy in love, but one kind which modern psychology has given particular attention to are relationships, very high in number, in which one of the parties is defined as avoidant in their attachment patterns – and the other as anxious.   Attachment TheoryRead More →

Wabi-Sabi Welcome: Learning to embrace the imperfect and entertain with thoughtfulness and ease. A book about living simply and welcoming well. By Julie Pointer Adams. A lovely look at the the wabi-sabi spirit in Japan, Denmark, California, France and Italy. (Want more? See and Source: Wabi-Sabi Welcome: Learning to embrace the…Read More →

Contributed by Florian Hardwig Pouya Ahmadi. License: All Rights Reserved.  Amalgam: Edited and designed by ​graphic designer and educator, Pouya Ahmadi, Amalgam is an ad hoc transdisciplinary journal that works at the intersection of typography, language, and the visual arts. Amalgam Op. I brings together a selection of writings, transcribed performances, and interviews with a diverse group ofRead More →

If you want to showcase your skills out to the world, the book illustration niche is a great option. You might think that becoming a book illustrator is easy, but you’d be wrong. The book illustration industry is a pretty competitive one. However, if you don’t mind a few lateRead More →

“It’s a mercy that time runs in one direction only, that we see the past but darkly and the future not at all.” “The past only comes back when the present runs so smoothly that it is like the sliding surface of a deep river,” Virginia Woolf wrote some years before she filledRead More →

This post was originally published on this siteThe first copies of Going Offline showed up today! This is my own personal stash, sent just a few days before the official shipping date of next Monday. To say I was excited when I opened the box of books would be an understatement. IRead More →

This post was originally published on this site This curious doctoral project by Marcell Tamás, takes Könyc A Könyvről (Book of the Book) by famous Hungarian typographer Imre Kner and reimagines it, exploring the format of the book in relation to todays existing and emerging technologies. How has the book changes during theRead More →

This post was originally published on this site Jonathon Fairfax Must Be Destroyed is the second novel by Christopher Shevlin, a recent follow up to The Perpetual Astonishment of Jonathon Fairfax which was published in 2012. I just finished reading the latest installment, and enjoyed it tremendously. Much like the first title inRead More →

  Yesterday was World Book Day. At my home, it’s world book day everyday because I have this thing with books, real books, not the digital versions.   homedesignideas tumblr instagram  anthropologie tumblr sfgirlbybay Source: Read a BookRead More →

A poignant and hope-giving allegory based on the true story of a refugee family. It may be an elemental property of human nature to fantasize about utopias — a fantasy all the more alluring the more dystopian one’s actual society is. A poignant and hope-giving allegory based on the trueRead More →

This post was originally published on this site Google News – Positive Psychology Book Details: Title: Authentic Happiness: Using the New Positive Psychology to Realize Your Potential for Lasting Fulfillment Author: Martin EP Seligman Published: – Formats: PDF, EPub, Kindle, Audiobook Pages: – Awards: – How to Read Online andRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  THE NEW YORKER THE NEW YORKER By Alexander Chee April 19, 2018 On Writing Photo: Amir Tali, Epoch Times. My generation of writers—​and yours, if you are reading this—​lives in the shadow of Auden’s famous attack on the relevance of writing to life,Read More →

This post was originally published on this site  THE NEW YORKER THE NEW YORKER “Maker of Patterns” is not autobiography. That would require something more than just the long letters reproduced here, occasionally annotated with italicized commentary. But these letters will delight any reader with their often contrarian observations. Dyson isRead More →

This post was originally published on this site ARCHDAILY   Inspiration and knowledge to help architects build better cities Call Me MOSAIC Bookstore / TurtleHill Save this picture! © Jason Guo + 30 Interiors Designers TurtleHill Location Happy Valley, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China Interior Designer Jason Guo Lighting Designer Lighting Space DesignRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  APARTMENT THERAPY From globally chic interiors that fill our Instagram feeds to flourishing lifestyle, travel and culture blogs, the free-flowing Bohemian style of living leads to some of the most intriguing spaces and design ideas around the world. The irresistible pull towardsRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  CORE77 We’re publishing a third and final excerpt from Brutally Honest: No Bullshit Business Strategies to Evolve Your Creative Business, the “tell it like it is” career advice book specifically catered to designers. Written by Emily Cohen, the book compiles honest businessRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  ARCHIDOSE “Book Briefs” are an ongoing series of posts with two- or three-sentence first-hand descriptions of some of the numerous books that make their way into my library. These briefs are not full-blown reviews, but they are a way to share moreRead More →