Debbie Millman | Design Matters with Debbie Millman
King Princess
Dana Arnett + Kevin Bethune | The Design of Business | The Business of Design
S10E10: Kunal Kapoor
Kaleena Sales + Omari Souza | The Design of Business | The Business of Design
S10E9.5: Minisode
Victoria Solan | Essay
Meet Me Under the Bents
Scott Berkun | Books
The Powerful Decide
Alexandra Lange | Essays
Lessons from the High Line
Jessica Helfand | Essays
All Things Matter
Francisco Laranjo | Essays
Critical Graphic Design: Critical of What?
Adrian Shaughnessy | Essays
Are JPEGs the New Album Covers?
Michael Bierut | Essays
Errol Morris Blows Up Spreadsheet, Thousands Killed
Connect 4 | Audio
Min Lew and Zaiah Sampson: Finding Your Creative Voice
The Editors | Terms of Service
Terms of Service: June 2021
The Editors | Terms of Service
Terms of Service: February Edition
Francisco Laranjo | Essays
The Whitney Identity: Responding to W(hat)?
Adrian Shaughnessy | Essays
Charles Dickens and The BBC
Susan Morris | Essays
MoMA’s Documentary Fortnight
Jessica Helfand | Essays
Disaster Relief 101: No Door Hanger Left Behind
Ellen Lupton | Terms of Service
Confidence Equity
Connect 4 | Audio
Man-Wai Cheung and Angel Blanco: “Mom, Dad, I Want to Be a Designer”
Adam Harrison Levy | Essays
Jump Cut: Thoughts on Editing
Adrian Shaughnessy | Terms of Service
Pan Afrikan Design Institute
Alexandra Lange | Essays
Dot Supreme
Jessica Helfand + Ellen McGirt | Audio
S9E2: Melanie Keen
Jessica Helfand | Audio
S9E01: Ellen Mirojnick
William Drenttel | Essays
Penmanship: The Voice of A Future Designer
Jessica Helfand | Essays
Death 'N' Stuff
Connect 4 | Audio
Forest Young and Sakinah Bell: Follow Your Curiosity, Find Your Inspiration
Jessica Helfand | From Our Archive
Total Recall


Observed


Corn husks were just the start: a Mexican designer in London writes his own rules. [JH]

Wieden+Kennedy London launches standalone branding and design studio—called—NOT Wieden+Kennedy. (Play their logo generator yourself, here.) [JH]

Inclusive design, at Microsoft. [JH]

Best design stories of 2022, from The Guardian. [JH]

Penmanship, cursive, handwriting—what’s the point? [JH]

Set on half an acre in the lovely hamlet of High Falls, New York, the studio that once served Marc Chagall is for sale. [JH]

After escaping from a creatively-repressed and unsatisfactory graphic design career, Sticht became a public safety officer at the University of Rochester. (There’s hope for us all!) [JH]

Weird and wonderful artifacts, via Jason Kottke. [JH]

Design fiction—a speciulative pracrtice that combines science fiction, design thinking, and foresight—might be the next innovation in business. [JH]

For the love of drawing. [JH]

Design and sex. [JH]

Design nerds—rejoice! [JH]

In the latest issue of Print, Paul Sahre discusses his grammy nomination with Debbie Millman. [JH]

Both standard and limited collector’s editions of MuirMcNeil’s System Process Form are now available at Volume, together with a range of uniquely seductive rewards.

Also from Volume: a never-before-seen selection of Paul Burgess photographs documenting the British band, Pulp. Compiled by Burgess and Louise Colbourne, This Is Hardcore is available for pre-purchase now. [JH]

We were sad to hear that the visionary George Lois, died last week. He was 91. [BV]

Chicago Design Through the Decades opens today and runs through the end of the year. The project starts with Art Deco in the 1920s and goes through the 2020s with digital portraits produced using neural networks. [BV]

Art and immersion, according to David Hockney. In London, through April. [JH]

Striking art and design faculty at Parsons and The New School make headlines—as they should. [JH]

Wakanda Forever‘s costumes represent a coming together of cultures. [BV]

Japandi! [JH]

Memorials are retrospective but also aspirational: They are statements about who we mourn and prescriptions for how we mourn; in a way, they are self-portraits. [JH]



Jobs | February 01