Despite the rise of e-books, physical books aren’t going anywhere. Graphic designer Chip Kidd shares why their design is so lasting in this short, but fun, Ted Talk.
On the bright side of 2020 we’ve had a lot of time to read. What has been the best book you’ve read this year? Perhaps it was a classic that’s been on your reading list for ages, or a new release.
There’s nothing better than starting book and discovering a brand new world. This week on the blog we’ll be picking our favs of the best-selling book lists from around the world.
I love a good non-fiction book that I can savour for weeks, but I also like to be able to start and finish a fiction book in a day – preferably somewhere quiet with a cup of tea. What’s your perfect length book?
There’s something so calm and soothing wandering around an art gallery and it’s certainly something we’re missing while staying safe at home. Which is your favourite art gallery to visit?
If there is ever a place that will tempt me to go back to uni this is it. Studying under a palm tree and surfing after class. Yes please!
📸 Uni of Hawaii insta page
What a walk to class!!! Imaging wandering down here with an armload of textbooks. This is Cornell University.
📸: Cornell University Insta page
The Old Library at Christ’s College contains approx 50,000 early-printed books and manuscripts dating from the 11th century – including material from Charles Darwin.
📸 Cambridge Insta page
Fancy walking to class and having this beautiful scene greet you? This little walkway is on the way to class at Stanford University.
📸 Stanford insta page