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Published by Atelier Éditions, the book, An Atlas of Rare and Familiar Colour, showcases a fascinating apothecary of rare, spellbinding colors from the Harvard Art Museums. The collective of museums comprises the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and Arthur M. Sackler Museum. The collection began in the early 20th century,...

Type is everywhere – street signs, magazines, the web. Every typeface you see around you has been painstakingly and carefully planned out, and each has its own personality and vibe. But have you ever stopped to wonder how the typefaces we encounter everyday came to be? Who invented them, and why? If you’re interested in learning more about typography, you’ve come to the right place.

Netflix’s Clean, New Custom Sans-Serif Aims To Keep Distractions At Bay Netflix’s success isn’t just owed to its extensive collection of on-demand shows—it’s also alluded to the design elements that make up its user-friendly UI. In fact, the service even customizes its graphic design to users’ personal streaming...

As the internet gets flooded with April Fools’ Day jokes — good or lame — it can be hard to keep track of the ones that are worthy of your attention. Google, in particular, is known for rolling out a ton of different pranks. Most of them are actually pretty fun since they are localized to each Google product or regional team. Scroll down and check out some of the ones we really really loved.