Quote of the Day

 

175 blog entries
By Margie Ruddick April 14, 2014

I must have read this book several hundred times as a child—a pure escape from, and then restoration to, urban life; a mix of love and loss and landscape.

By Fiona Raby April 7, 2014

Written in a strange language, coming from another place entirely, the idea that the material world could be shaped by and embody a very different set of values than the ones surrounding us today. The inventive and wondrous visual creativity in this book has fueled Dunne & Raby’s current fascination with a kind of imaginative speculative anthropology.

By Cleto Munari March 31, 2014

Discovering this remarkable American poet was a revelation for me. I have even produced a table using his visionary poem dedicated to a man and his camel. His often surreal metaphors are a continuous inspiration for my work.

By Wim Crouwel March 27, 2014

Mies van der Rohe is one of my heroes.

By Anthony Dunne March 24, 2014

An inspiring take on the need to combine political critique and imagination, a reminder of the importance of dreaming, and a rallying cry to embrace the impossible.

By Seymour Chwast March 17, 2014

Every photograph is iconic. I remember them all.

By Mark Fox March 10, 2014

I share McCloud‘s concept of “amplification through simplification” with my graphic design students every semester.

By Diana Balmori March 3, 2014

Gardens are fundamental, Robert Pogue Harrison says, in giving order to our relation to nature, rather than bringing an order to nature.

By Jorge Silvetti February 26, 2014

How an author makes fiction a normal part of his life.

By Hartmut Esslinger February 10, 2014

Among the many reasons to keep returning to this book: “As a leader, do what you have to do and don’t try to be popular.”