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Writings on design and culture. Edited by Eugenia Bell, , and .
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DesignObserver 16h
Pluto is at the outer limits of the solar system. Porto is at the end of Europe.
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DesignObserver 23h
Comic Books and Inherent Vice: The Danger of Printing Inks
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AIGA Jul 28
. founded in 1923. Now support 's Kickstarter for 2015 exhibition & book:
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DesignObserver Jul 28
They are so wonderful, how could we not!
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DesignObserver Jul 28
4/4: winner New Orleans Review 39.2 designed by
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DesignObserver Jul 28
3/4: winner Into the Grey designed by
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DesignObserver Jul 28
2/4: winner Earthquakes, Mudslides, Fires & Riots from the amazing
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DesignObserver Jul 28
1/4: winner Storyteller designed by Brett Yasko from
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DesignObserver Jul 28
0/4: Can't decide if we should look at books or covers today. How about a little of both? Coming right up: 2 books/2 covers
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DesignObserver Jul 28
Exposure: Dysturb poster in Paris, photographed by Jeanne Frank. By Rick Poynor
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DesignObserver Jul 27
. + + talk about collaborating. One of our favorite…
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DesignObserver Jul 27
Thank you! If you love book design, please add your name to our backer list!
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DesignObserver Jul 27
5/5: winner HRC designed by Christopher Brand
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DesignObserver Jul 27
4/5: winner The Island designed by Karl Engebretson + Nate Christopherson
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DesignObserver Jul 27
3/5: winner Fifty Mice designed by Alex Merto, art directed by Jason Booher
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DesignObserver Jul 27
2/5: winner Teresa, My Love designed by , art directed by Julia Kushnirsky
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DesignObserver Jul 27
1/5: winner Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki... designed by Maggie Hinders + Chip Kidd
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DesignObserver Jul 27
0/5: Coming right up: 5 amazing covers to inspire you!
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DesignObserver Jul 27
Aw, shucks. Thanks !
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DesignObserver Jul 27
A journey that resulted in one of the most evocative travel books ever written, In Patagonia.
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