1. Reflect this Labor Day weekend on the many social and economic (and yes, typographical) achievements of people who came before us. -gn (The New York Times, 1909)

  2. seblester:

    Waiting for train this morning, writing little notes to myself.

    My wife gifted me with a Seb Lester print last year and I’m obsessed with it. I just discovered Seb is on Tumblr and Instagram where you get to see amazing examples of his calligraphy. It’s a rabbit hole of beauty. - jb

  3. Via Alernet "I’m glad it sparked some conversation because I think, throughout the nation, we’re all asking ourselves this question," France Francois (pictured) said. ‘How did we come here again? How did we find ourselves in this very same space?’"
-MD

    Via Alernet "I’m glad it sparked some conversation because I think, throughout the nation, we’re all asking ourselves this question," France Francois (pictured) said. ‘How did we come here again? How did we find ourselves in this very same space?’"

    -MD

  4. Hedy Epstein, 90-year-old Holocaust survivor and peaceful Ferguson protester - abf

  5. Ferguson MO - ABF

  6. We’ll miss you, Mr. Williams.

    If you are depressed or considering suicide, know you aren’t alone. Call 1-800-273-8255 any time to be connected to a crisis center in your area. -bb

  7. You Are Not a Storyteller with Stefan Sagmeister. I’ll be processing this for a while. – jb

  8. While Instagrammers are busy posting boring food photos, I’m usually drooling over interior design of bars and restaurants. The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards is my new obsession. Check out the shortlist for the 2014 awards. – jb