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Creator of a dynasty
Brave, but not a success
The accountant’s cult hero
The trend-setter that shouldn't have existed
Business in the front, party in the back
A best-seller that differentiated with simplicity
A visual history of early PC design
Sumptuously produced, encyclopedic look at Sottsass’ life and work.
James Ball’s stylized and lightly animated photographs of 70’s and 80’s vintage desktop computers.
HP has introduced a new leather-clad laptop that brings back memories of the Psion 7.
After a lengthy hiatus the RSS feed for Mass Made Soul is now back!
On the 50th anniversary of the Whole Earth Catalog, remembering Jay Baldwin and his amazing workshop in a converted RV.
Time capsule images from the Akihabara district from my first visit to Japan in 1990.
I had a great team giving a talk about Mass Made Soul this week, hosted by the Industrial Design and MDes Product Design programs at University of the Arts, as part of the DesignWeek Philadelphia program.
Autoblog has posted a terrific gallery of details like this from the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
A peak under the hood at doing the photography for this site, where I experiment with using macro extension tubes to take close-up shots of the products.
I like taking photos of details of cars, especially vintage ones. Here are some photos from a visit to a Cars and Coffee in San Francisco.
Inspired by our posts on the Olivetti Valentine and Praxis 48, Jim Petersen has a guest post about the perhaps surprising ways in which using a typewriter can be a creative tool for poets.
Mass Made Soul’s Adam Richardson on
Google and the Resurgence of Italian Design