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Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design

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by
Debbie Millman

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 13.2 MB

Protection: DRM free

Language: English

In Look Both Ways, respected branding consultant and design community leader Debbie Millman has constructed a series of essays that examine the close relationship between design and everyday life. You’ll find inspiration on every page as you meander through illuminating observations that are both personal and universal. Each beautifully illustrated essay reveals the magic – and wonder – of the often unseen world around us.

Excerpt from “Look Both Ways”

It occurred to me, as I stood there, that I could simultaneously, vividly look both ways – backward and forward, in time – at once. I remembered longing to know what was coming, who I would become and how. And I suddenly saw it all over again in front of me. The light was exactly the same, and as the sun fell and the summer shadows slivered against the elegant, lean, concrete towers in the distance, I recognized the smell of the warm air, the precise pink and grey of the coming dusk and the mysterious melancholy and joy of both knowing and not-knowing, and the continuity that occurs when both collide.?Debbie Millman

In Look Both Ways, respected branding consultant and design community leader Debbie Millman has constructed a series of essays that examine the close relationship between design and everyday life. You’ll find inspiration on every page as you meander through illuminating observations that are both personal and universal. Each beautifully illustrated essay reveals the magic – and wonder – of the often unseen world around us.

Excerpt from “Look Both Ways”

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In Look Both Ways, respected branding consultant and design community leader Debbie Millman has constructed a series of essays that examine the close relationship between design and everyday life. You’ll find inspiration on every page as you meander through illuminating observations that are both personal and universal. Each beautifully illustrated essay reveals the magic – and wonder – of the often unseen world around us.

Excerpt from “Look Both Ways”

It occurred to me, as I stood there, that I could simultaneously, vividly look both ways – backward and forward, in time – at once. I remembered longing to know what was coming, who I would become and how. And I suddenly saw it all over again in front of me. The light was exactly the same, and as the sun fell and the summer shadows slivered against the elegant, lean, concrete towers in the distance, I recognized the smell of the warm air, the precise pink and grey of the coming dusk and the mysterious melancholy and joy of both knowing and not-knowing, and the continuity that occurs when both collide.?Debbie Millman

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