But somehow I get warm and fuzzy inside because Robin Kinross knows a thing a two when he says: "One might remark also that a book open on a table – while the reader holds a cup of tea in both hands (for warmth and comfort), or sews a button on a shirt, or carries a young child – is no more than a mark of decent civilization". Read the full article about books that lies open, and save the list of, non-British for some obscure reason we can only speculate about, binders who knows how to do a good job finishing of that book, here.



Fabien Cappello is a designer working mainly with furniture, products, cities, factories, systems, key cutters, locality, christmas trees, collaborators and friends.
Just finished his super super simple site, have a look here




Gerhard Richter

I need to buy Gerhard Richter's book with his painted photographs and find out what German printer printed it - it is an absolutely amazingly beautiful book. Only quality like that can reproduce these incredible images. mmmmmmmm beautiful!


Ben Pearce has a nice collection...

Argh could spent ages on Ben Pearces collection of found images on his flickr, kill time with Ben here


To be a man, a...

Fantastic Man has updated their web site, it is utterly simplistic and very very nice! Sometimes I wish I was a man...

See it here


Enzo Mari!

Friday the 3rd of Oct 2009 6.30pm at AA, Bedford Square, London

Be there! For what? For: Enzo Mari talk and the opening of Auto-progettazione Revisited exhibition with contributors Clemence Seilles, Travis Broussard, Ryan Gander, Martino Gamper, Graham Hudson, Phyllida Barlow, Keung Caputo, Lucas Maassen, Joe Pipal.