Just spent a wonderful week in London and brought back the following books from the Tate’s excellent selection and from London Design Week:

- “Bauhaus Ballet: A Popup Performance” by Gabby Dawnay & Lesley Barnes
- “Copywriting: Successful Writing for Design, Advertising and Marketing” by Mark Shaw
- “A Designer’s Research Manual” by Jenn & Ken Visocky O’Grady
- “Beauty” by Sagmeister & Walsh
- “Computational Thinking” by Peter J. Denning & Matti Tedre
- London Design Festival 2019 guidebook

I was unexpectedly promoted to Creative Director at work last week.

Feels good, man 🖖

This weekend’s & additions to my personal from my two-day trip to LA! The two on the left are from The Last Bookstore, and the two on the right are from my friend Eric 📚

The titles from top left in clockwise order are:
1. “The Name of the Wind” by Patrick Rothfuss
2. “The Deep Range” by Arthur C. Clarke
3. “I Sing the Body Electric” by Ray Bradbury
4. “Classic Stories (1)” by Ray Bradbury

mfw websites have infinite scroll + important company info that's only linked in the footer e_e

I know I’m on a downward spiral of pessimism today because everything’s irking me. For instance, I’m ready to bitchslap the person who thought it was a good idea to continue this trend of obscuring 1/3 of mobile screens with superfluous bullshit above the fold.

This weekend while unpacking, I found a few of my old Uncial practice pages from my class in university. Suffice it to say that I’ve decided to leave the hand-lettering to designers with steadier hands than mine 😂

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