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A Feeling of Vignelli

This video interview of Massimo may help my own students understand some things I try to explain to them. 

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Welcome to Holland (Emily Perl Kingsley)

Yesterday a friend of mine brought up this written piece — then today I heard Andrew Solomon interviewed and he mentioned this — so I share it. Thank you Emily Perl Kingsley for putting it so well. When you’re going … Continue reading

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My 9-Year-Old & the S-Word

It began about this time last year. Perhaps on the drive home after swim practice, or when we walked through the grocery store, or after a play-date. Z-girl, then 8, would quiz D or I about S. Is it Grandma and … Continue reading

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Buy This Poster at Pop Chart Lab

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What I’m Reading, July 2012: True Believers

True Believers: A Novel by Kurt Andersen And so far, I cannot put it down…

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Vignelli Workshop: Update 1

June 2012 – Massimo Vignelli Workshop at SCAD-Atlanta This week I have the pleasure of assisting the master during his professional workshop at SCAD-Atlanta. Images from Day One of the SCAD-Atlanta Vignelli Workshop

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Mommy Wars, Again?

A Movement To Finally End The ‘Mommy Wars’? posted by KATIE ALLISON GRANJU on Huffington Post, May 14, 2012

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Unable to Post Anything Else

Apprehensive About Wild Things, originally posted Sunday, September 27, 2009 I love Where the Wild Things Are. I am a fan of anything Maurice Sendak touches. Those who know me well, know I collect his books and edition prints … the rarer … Continue reading

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Get In Your Music While You Can

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