Congratulations to all the winners at this year's ABCD awards. Some incredible cover designers out there at there at the moment. A supercut of left-to-right tracking shots. Man sells British fresh air to wealthy Chinese elite for £80 a jar because why not. The world's first Braille watch. Hidden Figures' Katherine Johnson is getting her own LEGO minifig. And if you still haven't seen the film, do. Using its subject matter to reflect on social and cultural issues of the sixties, whilst still being exceedingly entertaining, it's basically the NASA equivalent of Mad Men. Loving the cover of Creative Review's food issue. And everything inside, obviously. Two books about boats. The font that escaped the Nazis and landed on the Moon. Why is the internet orange? "I've written my name for the first time in ages" – Parkinson's disease left designer Emma Lawton unable to draw, but a new invention is changing her life. And you will cry. A look back at the history of the 3.18mm LEGO connection. Gripping stuff. I can't stop staring at the book design and lettering of Isabel Urbina Peña. Beautiful work, beautifully presented. The correct method for reheating pizza. Trust me, this works a charm. Signifier, Signed – Paul Schmelzer's project to get celebs like Yoko Ono, Ed Ruscha and Kim Gordon to sign his name. It means something, I'm just not sure what. The evolution of Keanu Reeves. I have returned to Instagram. I'm note entirely sure why.
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