Monday, 8 April 2019


interview mit bauhรคuslern: a curated exhibit of the art and design movement’s journal (previously), published from 1926 to 1931

it’s 10 pm—do you know where your children are: the history of American public service announcements

erisology: the new discipline of agreeing to disagree—named for the goddess of discord that started the Trojan War

symbol and cipher: Louise Borinski explores how abstract shapes acquire meaning

audience-share: a gadget that helped marketers gauge what engaged radio-listeners in the 1930s

kannen: radical Japanese concept art of the late 1960s—see also

nattรฅg: Sweden plans to revitalise overnight train services in a push for more environmentally friendly travel options

less is more: the life and work of Maria Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in graphic novel format