For the first installment of Skeuomorphisms (yes, we had to google it too), Paul Morris talks to Anna and Tess Knoebel about Abe’s Penny, a micro-literary journal that subscribers receive in the form of a new postcard each week.
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Shakespeare and Company, the legendary English-language bookstore on Paris’s Left Bank, recently got a facelift. Several faces, in fact. Fourteen illustrated portraits of the Lost and Beat Generation writers who once frequented the store—and its predecessor—now adorn the staircase wall leading up to the second floor library of the bookshop. An interview with Badaude—the illustrator Joanna Walsh—with a slideshow of her mural as a work-in-progress.
I shot this 26-second video with my camera phone this morning at the Bergen St. stop and uploaded it to Facebook on my way to work. Within less than an hour, several people had posted about it, with comments ranging from “That’s pretty darn cute” to “I hereby dub this manner of dance ‘Bluefly.’” A [...]
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