New Edition of Paul Rand’s Thoughts on Design

The seminal text on graphic design reappears after over 40 years out of print

In 1947, art director and graphic designer Paul Rand published a striking manifesto on the nature of design itself. This essay would directly impact the world of graphic design for ages. In fact, its applications (in addition to Rand’s graphic design work) remain powerfully resonant today. While Rand would go on to revise the book’s art in the ’70s, his update never saw the presses, …

This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids

A comprehensive, everyday guide written by the founders of Everyone is Gay

Over the last four years, Dannielle Owens Reid and Kristin Russo have used their platform Everyone is Gay to answer pressing questions asked by members of the LGBTQ community and their families. As their charm and wisdom has granted honest hope and numerous smiles around the globe, a devout audience has grown, allowing the duo to pursue many other beneficial projects in the queer community—including …

The Art of Clean Up

A collection of artist Ursus Wehrli's neat and tidy compositions

From Swiss artist Ursus Wehrli comes “The Art of Clean Up: Life Made Neat and Tidy,” a collection of everyday objects that have been obsessively organized into systematic still lifes. Wehrli shows off his penchant for comedy and color composition in the series, which is a follow-up to his earlier book “Tidying Up Art.” His meticulous reconfigurations range from meals to plants to groups of …