A stellar design series of constellations in their modern graphic renderings.
If Eudora Welty ever had to stand in a line like this...
I've heard it said that you make your own luck. If that's so, I'm doing it wrong.
A retrospective nod to the fine art of the mixed tape with this graphic interpretation of a line from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
A typographic redux of lines from "Funeral Blues" by British poet W. H. Auden.
From Harper Lee's masterwork To Kill a Mockingbird, a principle to live by.
In which the author looks at the response to just one question: “If you could change one thing about your body, what would it be?”
With a singer-songwriter bent and a twinge of country, these songs remind me of all those trips to grandmother's house.
A playlist to go along with F. Scott's Fitzgerald's classic work.
An illustrated line from the tune "The Heart" by NeedtoBreathe.
Are you a pepper?
A folksy, patriotic twist on a line from the Tom Petty classic "American Girl."
A little bit sad, a little bit beautiful, a whole lot of heart.
Words of wisdom from our musical forebears.