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Links 1 through 10 of 84 by Jen Bekman tagged design

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With a launch coming soon and details even sooner, Advertising Age’s Nat Ives reports that Reader’s Digest is adding to the incredibly-diminished worldwide stable of shelter titles with a magazine called—ready for it?—Fresh Home. Apparently, it’ll be the young, hip, fresh, totally awesome decorating title for people who aren’t so into Cottage Living Country Patio or Living Country Patio Cottage, for people who are more likely to shop at West Elm than the Bombay Company, for young upstarts who’d like to know just what to do with the combination of many ribbons of sequined silver and an old chassee. The people who…. fuck, we’re back into bargaining, read and loved Domino.

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Career talk from Michael Bierut: "When I arrived for class on Monday, my poster was in every hallway, in every stairwell and on every bulletin board in school. Among my peers, I was considered a good artist, but the miracle of mass production took things to a different level. More people saw my poster than would see the play. It was then that I decided to become a graphic designer. My dream was to design album covers for rock bands."

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"Freedom of the press," said A. J. Liebling, "belongs to those who own one." There's a reason that remark is so often quoted -- today almost anyone with a personal computer can be a publisher. But the same technology that has democratized the process of creating books has also brought a new freedom -- the freedom to make them ugly in ways that could formerly not be imagined. (via NTM)

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Gorgeousness! (So annoyed by the interface however. Can someone please make this weird/lame image viewing trend go away?)

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So great! Lego NY by Christoph Niemann

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The Letter Museum looks divine. (via Youngna)

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Oh how I wish the documentation .jpgs were larger.

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"There are some clothes, like cars, that pique your curiosity, and you just have to know (or, if you are a child of the quiz-show era, to show off by guessing) their make and model."
Profile of Isabel and Ruben Toledo, thoroughly enjoyed the first time. The acclaim and attention they're receiving because of Michelle Obama's inaugural outfit makes revisiting it that much sweeter.

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