Dystopia has become an integral part of culture, and through the medium of...– Dan Friedman: Radical modernism (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994).
Many people drawing type today have solid drawing skills, but no desire to...– Peter Biľak, “We don’t need new fonts…” There, you’ve been summoned (as have I). I’ve been wondering for awhile about the overabundance of revivals, and in particular, the general lack of curiosity that goes into type design these days. No more Herbert Bayer, no...
Yeah, definitely still figuring out this whole “reblog” thing. Needs to be easier to distinguish my words from somebody else’s words that I’m reblogging. Hmm.
Whenever I write a novel, I have a strong sense that I am doing something I was...– Haruki Murakami via newyorker: Haruki Murakami, the author of this week’s story, “Town of Cats,” talking to the magazine’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman. Click through for the rest of their chat.