goodtypography:

Good by Georgia Hill

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Guillaume Chauchat pour le concours Kiblind #50

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Guillaume Chauchat pour le concours Kiblind #50

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theoinglis:

Something I’m writing at the moment has reminded me of my previous collection of book covers with eyes on, which I’ve added a few more to lately. Sadly I only own 3 of these, and for some reason didn’t buy a copy of that Clockwork Orange cover when I saw it a few years a go.

theoinglis:

Something I’m writing at the moment has reminded me of my previous collection of book covers with eyes on, which I’ve added a few more to lately. Sadly I only own 3 of these, and for some reason didn’t buy a copy of that Clockwork Orange cover when I saw it a few years a go.

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design-is-fine:

Dieter Rams, prototype for a portable TV, no date. From the exhibition Less is more, Frankfurt 2010. Via Rene Spitz flickr & Gizmodo

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design-is-fine:

Panasonic, advertisement for TravelVision portable TV, 1968. Just slightly ahead of our time. Japan. Source

design-is-fine:

Panasonic, advertisement for TravelVision portable TV, 1968. Just slightly ahead of our time. Japan. Source

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hitrecord:

“early bird or night owl?”

hitrecord:

early bird or night owl?

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owendaveydraws:

One Step at a Time print available NOW! Buy here: http://owendavey.bigcartel.com/product/one-step-at-a-time

owendaveydraws:

One Step at a Time print available NOW! Buy here: http://owendavey.bigcartel.com/product/one-step-at-a-time

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uispeccoll:

Although the technology has changed, the message still remains the same: Use the (electronic) card catalog!  

This guide for children was written by Carolyn Mott and Leo B. Baisden in 1937.  Mott was a teacher-librarian and Baisden was the assistant superintendent of schools in Sacramento, California.  

These two authors compiled a guide for children using the library which ranged in topics from “How to Open a New Book” to “How to make a Bibliography.”

This book includes a lot of useful information, quizzes at the end of each chapter, as well as plenty of kid-friendly illustrations.  

And I promise we won’t look as exasperated as the librarian depicted here, no matter how many times we direct you to the electronic card catalog.  Happy to answer any questions!

-Kelly

Mott, Carolyn.  The children’s book on how to use books and libraries / Carolyn Mott and Leo B. Baisden.  Chicago : C. Scribner’s Sons, 1937.

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owendaveydraws:

A bunch of new prints at a good price, now in my shop: http://owendavey.bigcartel.com/

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design-is-fine:

A.W. Faber, illustrated price list of lead and colored pencils, 1897. USA. Via Melissa Easton. The complete list online: University of Houston

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