Maira Kalman’s video homage to the Elements of Style
December 9th, 2012 by Maxine
October 19th, 2012 by Maxine
a new magazine, whose editor describes it as “…the National Geographic of design…”
October 15th, 2011 by Maxine
Our friends over at From Your Desks featured an interview with designer Chip Kidd. If you aren’t familiar with his name, you are most certainly familiar with his book design.
September 14th, 2011 by Maxine
Yesterday, Knoll was awarded a much-deserved Cooper-Hewitt Design Award from Michelle Obama. Check out this slideshow from New York Magazine, to see Knoll’s oldest and newest looks. What’s your favorite Knoll design?
June 3rd, 2011 by Maxine
If you didn’t catch yesterday’s article about online shelter magazines, in today’s New York Times, I think you’ll be interested. Already the blogosphere is debating whether these women received a fair shake or were victim, instead, to a patronizing critique by the Gray Lady. Grace Bonney at DesignSponge has a response.
May 22nd, 2011 by Maxine
Fabulous illustrator (and wallpaper, linen, book, ceramic designer–and more) Julia Rothman has put together a new book of sketchbook extracts, to satisfy the voyeur and/or diarist in you: Drawn In will inspire you to open up your sketchbook or to start a new one.
March 12th, 2009 by Maxine
Though we can’t exactly “read” the web-site, we know we like it. Here are some pictures from the magazine, NYTTROM [subscription information can be found on the web-site]:
February 6th, 2009 by Maxine
We would be remiss not to mention that Domino Magazine will be closing its doors. The last issue features Zooey Deschanel’s abode. Her fabulously bright tights are a great part of the photos (they are look from london). We are still enjoying the Domino blog, and we will wait to hear what’s next from Deborah Needleman and crew (And this feels [...]
November 7th, 2008 by Maxine
An oldie but goodie from Taschen, New York Interiors can still inspire some drooling. And check out that beautiful sweater-blanket!
October 10th, 2008 by Maxine
This might fit into many categories, but Abby Clawson over at Hi-and-Low has posted a few great entries on mail art. Of course, it’s quickly becoming a lost art: