Vogue: 100 Iconic Covers
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- An email is nice and a letter is better, but for those whose epistolary habits begin and end with the postcard, an overlooked book from 2008 is for them.
- A mid-century oasis in the desert, The Fontenell, was built in the late '50s for the family of makeup and cosmetics icon Max Factor.
- Much like his contemporary Balthazar Korab (whose work is featured in the current issue of Dwell), Ezra Stoller's iconic images of post-war America depict the evolution of the Modernist movement.
The ubiquitous Moleskine gets a unique new identity with these very cool leather covers from Engrave Your Book. There’s an extensive selection of neat designs from artists around the globe, or you can send in an image of your own that will be etched on a customized cover. When you’ve filled a notebook, just transfer the cover to the next one you’re using; These will only get better looking with a little loving wear and tear.
Aldo van den Nieuwelaar designed A'dammer for Pastoe in 1978, and the round-topped unit with the roll-top door is still brilliant. The ribbing allows you to grab hold at any height, and the interior shelving heights are completely customizable behind the sliding cover. Available in the US from Suite New York.
- Today's Photographer Promotional Piece We Love and Why: Andrew Kenney and Jake Jones
- Victionary's new book, Love Earth, is an ode to green design—the cover is even made from the recycled scraps from the bookmaking process.
Originally presented at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen, Drawing by Drawing presents more than 100 architectural drawings by over 30 architects from Europe and the United States. The drawings in the exhibition include examples that reflect on the history of architectural drawing, using techniques and language employed by architects for hundreds of years, alongside drawings that take advantage of some of the most advanced technology available today.