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In Search of… The Best Design Bookstores

Every #designer has their favorite bookstore, a place they go to savor the delight of different paper stocks, to admire various typographic treatments and cover designs, and to uncover great tomes investigating design history and theory in thoughtful detail.

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We're honored to announce that our 99U Magazine is now stocked at Coffee Table Mags, an online shop for the best independent magazines from all over the world!

What I Wish I Knew at Every Age - 99U 2017-06-29 18:17

“I really wish I realized sooner that I needed to be an active participant in creating the world I wanted. I was floating and going with whatever came my way – I wasn’t very active about thinking about what type of person I wanted to be, or what environment I wanted to work in.
My daughter was ...

Design Director Alex Center Got a Masters in Branding at Coca-Cola

I’ve stopped saying “good” and “bad.” It’s either successful or unsuccessful. Let’s face it, there is bad design that is successful. You can debate what good design and bad design is until you are blue in the face. #Branding is meaningful differentiation.

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Save the dates for #99UConf 2018: May 9-11 in NYC! Tickets go on sale later this year. http://conference.99U.com

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Don't miss #99UConf speaker Mike Perry Studio exhibition "All the Colors at Once" at the Gallery at the Ace Hotel New York! Live now through June 30.

What We Learned at the 2017 99U Conference

“People need doctors. People need clean water. Is creative work as much of a deep need? I would say yes,” said Farai Chideya, author of The Episodic Career at the 2017 #99UConf
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National Gallery of Art Photo 2017-08-22 15:43

Take a look at Jan Gossaert's "Portrait of a Merchant." This work shows a merchant seated in a cramped yet cozy space, surrounded by the tools of his trade. Scattered over the table are his frequently used items: a talc shaker to dry ink, an ink pot, a pair of scales for testing the weight—and the quality—of coins, and a metal receptacle for sealing wax, quill pens, and paper. Attached to the wall are balls of twine and batches of papers labeled "miscellaneous letters" and "miscellaneous drafts." What more do you notice? Jan Gossaert, "Portrait of a Merchant," c. 1530, oil on panel, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund

British Museum Photo 2017-08-22 11:15

King of England Richard III died #onthisday in 1485 at the Battle of Bosworth in Leicestershire. The divisive king adopted the boar as his symbol in 1472, and court records show that thousands of small boar-shaped badges were produced for his coronation in 1483. Most were made of cheap bronze or pewter, but this one is silver and was once gilded. It was found in Chiddingly in the south of England, and may have belonged to a nobleman who supported the king. http://ow.ly/Rc4b30eAq52