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Anthony Gerace visits a county in decline dogroup.co/1CAQhm5
Penny Martin of the forward-thinking fashion magazine @thegentlewoman and @inezandvinoodh at the New School: events.newschool.edu/event/aperture…
Just another day — until you see it etched in stone. The astonishing power of typography: here, sad, solemn, eternal. pic.twitter.com/8KVxMACxhU
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Simple. Intuitive. Smaller. Powerful. It's Jony Ive: The Supercut. (Finally!) dogroup.co/YlpECi
An in-depth view of a critical period in American history takes on a new dimension: designobserver.com/feature/photog…
An interview with Huseein Chalayan on his appointment to the prestigious @dieangewandte in Vienna: frieze-magazin.de/archiv/kolumne…
John Foster on a new look at a one of the country's most important photography collections: designobserver.com/feature/photog…
Competition! Redesign the visitors' experience in four US national parks and apply by Oct 30: buff.ly/1vjJ6eO (organized by @van_alen
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Early and often: How to stop a client from art directing. This week's Dear Bonnie at designobserver.com @8point5b
Dear Bonnie: Annoyed in Amsterdam. By @8point5b dogroup.co/1mv641J
Let the Children Kodak, a review by Marvin Heiferman dogroup.co/1stPZfC
A photographer comes to terms with his father in a new book: designobserver.com/feature/let-th…
Michel Heurtault is the umbrella whisperer: his eponymous "parasolerie" is part showroom, part hospital. All amazing. pic.twitter.com/j49UPM365O
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International Center of Photography Plans Move to the Bowery nyti.ms/1mUdImU
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Future/History Lecture: Designer as Curator with Ellen Lupton + Jiminie Ha shar.es/1a4ee6 via @aigaboston
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Twitter has its dark side, but it's also a source of delight. @AJWShaughnessy dogroup.co/1x70ZR6
An effort to highlight contributions by female architects and engineers to New York City's built environment: bwaf.org/bxwnyc/
The William Morris video game: hyperallergic.com/146139/vas-fir… and more at the designer's site: sophiageorge.com
At the end of the Street of Good Children is a police station — just in case some children aren't actually that good. pic.twitter.com/Y7WYezAtm7
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Remembering Howard Paine, National Geographic art director and stamp designer extraordinaire dogroup.co/XN3wAw
If ever there was ever a moment for italics, it's at a train station: here, at the Gare du Nord — type imitates life. pic.twitter.com/BrO855zvXc
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Cold shoulder from a client? Dear Bonnie responds: designobserver.com/feature/dear-b…
Adam Harrison Levy's consideration of Saul Leiter's early B&W work, now on view at Howard Greenberg, NYC. designobserver.com/feature/saul-l…
The Old Masters Out of Focus: John Foster on the paintings of the Miaz Brothers dogroup.co/1txaQwE
Although probably organized alphabetically, "philosophy" next to "photography" seems an intentionally French conceit. pic.twitter.com/Kc8zXJDCFW
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The spartan ballot used by Scots earlier today: nationaljournal.com/politics/the-b…
Breaking the silence with a too-quiet client. This week's Dear Bonnie: dogroup.co/1tocwIM @8point5b
Stoked to see Joe Sacco's THE GREAT WAR, designed by Chin-Yee Lai, named a @DesignObserver 50 Books/50 Covers winner: dogroup.co/1tocwst
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Getting the silent treatment? This week Dear Bonnie counsels candor @8point5b dogroup.co/1tocwIM
50 Books/50 Covers 2013 Winners Announced. Congrats! dogroup.co/1tocwst
FT redesign w/ bad typesetting. Lots lines too loose & overtracked. Tracking can be switched off, but they don't know how. #Financial_times
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Better living through geometry! Jony Ive and team are developing a design language, "particularly about roundedness". dogroup.co/1qKY6D3
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A question of identity: Adrian Shaughnessy on what the vote for Scottish independence means to him: designobserver.com/feature/just-s…
Searching for a bit of beauty: Adam Harrison Levy on Saul Leiter dogroup.co/1wqa18C
Hans Hillmann: an under-recognized master of cinematic graphic design dogroup.co/1tfZFZd
It's an odd time to be a Scot in England … Adrian Shaughnessy explains dogroup.co/1y6UgYU
After 40+ years BART gets ready to redesign its rolling stock: bart.gov/about/projects… and @nate_berg on the project: citylab.com/commute/2014/0…
Robert Caro's Moses masterpiece turns forty: thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/…
On the occasion of an exhibition in London, Rick Poynor looks at Hans Hillmann's film posters for Godard: designobserver.com/feature/poster…
Rick Poynor on a rediscovered master of cinematic graphic design: designobserver.com/feature/poster…
French handwriting hasn't changed since the days of Marie Antoinette. It's like lace filagree, a loopy visual patois. pic.twitter.com/w6V9GhdccM
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A question of identity: Adrian Shaughnessy on what the vote for Scottish independence means to him: designobserver.com/feature/just-s…
Hey there Martin, Design Matters will return on @DesignObserver on Oct 13 with TOM GEISMAR! Talk soon! : ) @SyltenDeluxe
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It's an odd time to be a Scot in England … Adrian Shaughnessy explains dogroup.co/1y6UgYU
MIT Media Lab hosts a breast pump hackathon: breastpump.media.mit.edu More here: boston.com/health/2014/09…