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Category Archives: Writing
Tom Gauld does it again.
I’m a huge Game of Thrones fan, but sometimes I forget exactly how the characters are related. And although I’ve read every book in the Song of Ice and Fire series, the Houses and their relationships can be confusing. HBO … Continue reading
The folks at My Poetic Side blog did some historical research on the deaths of 239 poets. Then they compiled the forensic data in this neat infographic.
You can see much more from the brilliant cartoonist Grant Snider and purchase books, posters, and more on his website.
American artist and graphic designer Barbara Kruger is probably best known for her text-based art. You see her latest major work from New York city’s ever-popular High Line Park at West 22nd Street in Chelsea. The text is a play … Continue reading
H/t to Nathan Gelgud and Signature
It’s always a pleasure to stumble upon a creative concept online that’s done well. In Shades is a new digital magazine created by Marina Esmeraldo (illustrator) and James Vincent (writer). Based in Barcelona, In Shades is a weekly magazine publishing … Continue reading
Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina has created this fabulous series of posters that imagine the houses of celebrated authors. Archiwriter covers many of the world’s greatest male writers. each poster incorporates a famous line and allusion to an appropriate … Continue reading
Vintage/Anchor Books recently tweeted this photo of a “Most Stolen Books” shelf from an unidentified bookstore. I’m not too surprised by the “popularity” of Charles Bukowski, Jack Kerouac, or Henry Miller, but who risks getting arrested to steal a book … Continue reading