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HKRB Logo Design

My friend Alfie Bown runs the Hong Kong Review of Books. In addition to running some of my illustrations, he recently asked me to come up with a new logo for the site. I woke up a few days later with an idea. Somehow the shapes in the negative space of the letters just fell into place. The […]

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Fallen Footwear Logo Design

Since I don’t have enough to do lately, I started working on another unsolicited logo design, this time for my friend Jamie Thomas’s company Fallen Footwear. It started, as many of these do, with my waking up with part of it in my head. This time it was the middle Ls. As you can see […]

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What Book is This Sentence From?

I usually do a pretty good job of keeping up with sources, but I have the following sentence in my notes: “How easily we forget how bright the moonlight can be when we spend our nights in the wan glow of artificial light” (p. 40). There’s no indication of where I found it other than […]

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Metropolis of Memories

Each time we move to a new city, we make memories as the city slowly takes shape in our minds. Every new place we locate (e.g., the closest grocery store, the post office, rendezvous points with friends, etc.) is a new point on the map. Wayfinding a new city is an experience you can never […]

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