Writing

Transmission (Part 2)

Eight years later, the revision still stings logo connoisseurs. In “How to Ruin a Great Design” in the March 13, 2011 New York Times, design critic Alice Rawsthorn categorized it as a “crime against design.” “…UPS did this by replacing the wonderful “present” logo designed by Paul Rand in 1961, with a dispiritingly bland version …

All Music to All (Good) People: Cornershop Masters Time and Space

Cornershop wants to be all things to all people. More precisely—all music to all people. The band is engaged in an ongoing project of musical inclusion and exploration, one that challenges listeners and art form itself. Its career is defined by defiantly unconventional moves. Cornershop quietly—in that they receive nowhere the amount of press and …