How Lippincott, the branding and strategy firm behind Coca-Cola’s swirl, Starbucks’s logo, and Samsung’s global identity, fuses creativity and analytics. I lead an unusual company. Lippincott, part of
Fear and loathing in six panels. The past few years have given us some stellar graphic nonfiction, lending the comic book genre to “grown-up” storytelling ranging from photojournalism to media history
Two icons converge in obscure vintage children’s volume. It’s no secret I have a wicked obsession with vintage children’s book illustration, especially from obscure editions by famous authors or artists.
A photographer finds abandoned sets used in the Star Wars films crumbling in the desert. In Star Wars (or Episode IV if you want to be like that), Luke Skywalker spends the first 15 minutes whining about
“The real value of a real education … has almost nothing to do with knowledge and everything to do with simple awareness.” On May 21, 2005, David Foster Wallace got up before the graduating class of Kenyon