1. Red Nose Studio

    Via Felix Sockwell.

  2. How publishing works: a book designers perspective

    Read. Via Zoe Sadokierski.

  3. Tyler Keeton Robbins

    Launch. Via booooooom.com

  4. The Museum of Endangered Sounds

    Listen up!

  5. Hans Hillman

    Hans Hillman is an important German designer whose prolific output dubbed him as the German Saul Bass for all his film poster work. Kemistry Gallery in London has put together an exhibit of his film posters, and tomorrow is the last day. You can also see some of his work here.

    Via Thiago Lacaz

  6. The Editor’s Blog - Narrative Modes In Fiction

    Ben Franklin once said, “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”

    Whether you are reading a story, writing one, or living your life, we are all constantly involved in the creation and dissemination of stories. It does not even matter if you are good at it; what matters is that you enjoy it (we all get better with practice).

    Not all of us are natural born storytellers. That’s why its a good idea to learn a bit more about how storytelling works. It does not matter if you use a pen, camera, Wacom tablet or anything between, we are all constantly telling our stories in one form or another. (Just don’t design roller coasters and call yourself a storyteller or Sagmeister might make a video to spite you).

    This post is about writing (and storytelling in general), and specifically about who is doing the telling.

    Beth Hill has put together a useful place for better understanding writing for storytelling. In this post she discusses narrative point of view, narrative tense, narrative voice and other writing elements to help tell your stories. OPD gives this blog the seal of approval.

  7. Archive of Book Cover Designs

    Take me there!

  8. GraphicDesign&

    A look at how designers/illustrators visualize the golden proportion. I have not seen this physical book, but am a big fan of their other launch, Great Expectations. A well designed and curated project indeed. Check it out.

  9. Asterios Polyp

    Cogitations on the form of Graphic Novel by Garrett Baer. Read on!

  10. Bookcase Making Stopmotion

    Quality process video made by designer and woodworker Frank Howarth. (Via Colossal).

  11. Geoff McFetridge at Walker

  12. Perhappiness by Criatipos

    Criatipos Perhappiness from Ricardo Perini on Vimeo.

    [Lifted from Criatipo’s press release]

    Last week, Cristina and Cyla painted a wall in Bushwick, Brooklyn, as a tribute to the great poet Paulo Leminski who would be 70 years old this month. We are very grateful to our new friend Nev (No Entry Design), for all the support and contact with Livestream Public who gave us the opportunity to paint this mural at the corner of Morgan Ave & Stagg St. If you’re around, come and see it in person.

  13. Graphic Design Phd?


    Interview with Meredith Davis by Steven Heller about the merits and scenario for doctorate education in graphic design in the United States and beyond.

  14. Church of Type

    Church of Type from Two Dollars Please on Vimeo. Via Tim Belonax.

  15. Subtraction.com

    Let’s let the author speak on his own behalf:

    [Text lifted from website]


    is a blog about design, technology and culture written by Khoi Vinh, and has been more or less continuously published since December 2000 in New York City. Khoi is currently Vice President of User Experience at Wildcard and co-founder of Kidpost. Previously, Khoi was co-founder and CEO of Mixel (acquired by Etsy, Inc.), Design Director of The New York Times Online, and co-founder of the design studio Behavior, LLC. He is the author of “Ordering Disorder: Grid Principles for Web Design,” and was named one of Fast Company’s “fifty most influential designers in America.” Khoi lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn with his wife and three children. RSS sponsorship opportunities available through/Syndicate Ads.