It's Nice That wrote about Macguffin.
An esteemed colleague shared the blog Ribbonfarm with me, and I became mesmerized. A ribbonfarm is not what I thought it was.
19th century French Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix. Dear Monsieur, bring me paint, love from Eugene.
A snapshot of a Brazillian love hotel, shared by Co.Design.
A sketch by utopian architecture collective, Architecture Principe.
Italian artist Fortunato Depero creates the first artist monograph in 1927 and this is one of its pages.
In Benjamin Grant's book, Overview.
Trying to wrap my head around this year and this country's landscape. Photographic essay by Matt Eich.
Original prints of Ray Eame's iconic textile design, created in 1947 for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art.
Errol Morris' classic tests trustworthiness of different fonts. Baskerville wins.
A somehow unsettling new font from Sawdust. Imagine getting to say you work at a foundry.
A simple image from collaborative architecture and design practice, Sam Jacob Studio.
Poet David J. Thompson writes a few postcards a week to Kaveh Akbar.
Another shot from Tripod City's Ghanaian collection. Solid advice.
Enda Bowe's series, At Mirrored River.
Alba Yruela's 2017 series focuses on light and the female form.
The cover of Nippon's first issue, printed in 1934. Part visual propaganda, part statement piece. Featured in Phaidon's Graphic: 500 Designs that Matter.
A guy named Mark snapped colour photos of rollerskaters in Venice Beach and this MP stood out.
I grew up in the woods of BC. I can feel the wet bark in her grip. This image is part of Colin Pantall's reflection on fatherhood and childhood in All Quiet in the Home Front.
It's Nice That covers art made for the new Elizabeth tube line in London.
The powder room at Annabel’s, London.
I can’t remember where I found this, how awful is that? I like it and I tip my hat to whoever made it.