— Meanwhile is back after a bit of a holiday! A few studio updates: new work for Head of Zeus, Monotype and photographer Peter Byrne, plus some little personal projects. All on the blog.

— What make a great book cover? Book designers on what book designs they like by other book designers.

— The site is a bit of a labyrinth, but the Society for the Preservation of Letraset Action Transfers is wonderful. Loads of 70s/80s promotional transfers for Star Wars, Doctor Who, Tintin, Transformers, etc. Warning: after a few minutes you may find yourself scribbling over the screen with an HB pencil.

— Over 200 Guggenheim exhibition catalogues and art books have been digitised and are now available for free on the Internet Archive. Fantastic resource.

— Defy the staircase! And nine more valuable lessons for designersfrom Paula Scher's recent talk in London. Her new monograph from Unit Editions looks lovely.

— When your store is a photo op – on the problems of having a beautiful bookstore. Reminds me of one of my favourite little places in London: the piranha tank that used to be in the Foyles children's section. So very sinister and brilliant. 

— Do some people see colour better than others? My latest Creative Review column, which features the phrase "hypercolor fugue of chromatic nega-synesthesia" for some reason.