Patrick Demarchelier for British Vogue
â€¢Â The branding of the presidents is total type candy.
â€¢ This essay on how to move to New York isn’t what you’d expect to hear and that makes it even more poignant. “The idea of â€œmaking itâ€ was everywhere, and I needed to avoid it. Iâ€™d moved to the supposed greatest city in the world in order to spend seventy-two hours at a time insulated and solitary, developing an allergy to people and a near-romantic attachment to Netflix.”
â€¢ Here’s why you should take your 20’s seriously.
â€¢Â How do you keep creating and running your business when you’re depressed?
â€¢Â I’ve posted this before but in case you missed it, Art Of The Menu is a great design resource.
â€¢ A spooky photo essay of a powerless lower Manhattan.
â€¢Â The best interview I’ve read all week: the story of Cyndi Lauper’s makeup artist is fascinating.
â€¢Â If you’re on the hunt for inspiring retail imagery, here’s a great directory.
â€¢Â We all make assumptions. This woman’s are classic: list of them “If my work badge doesnâ€™t unlock the door on the first swipe, Iâ€™ve been secretly fired” and “A phone call from my mother at an usual hour is to announce the death of a close relative” are two of my favorites.
â€¢Â Hermes products, especially their bags, are outrageously expensive. We hear about craftsmanship all the time, but to see it is another story.
â€¢ What do some of the most iconic moments in history look like when colorized?