There is this book I've been reading a while ago called 'The Web Designer's Idea Book Volume 2'
that I want to talk about in today's post. As the title says, it's the 2nd edition. I didn't read the 1st edition though, so I can't really compare, but I did enjoy this edition. Secondly, I should also mention that this book has been published a while ago, months ago actually. I've been reading it on and off… mostly at the hairdresser (Yes, I know!). Not that this means this book didn't trigger my interest enough. Not at all…just lack of time.
If you've been around for a while you know that I am passionate about cycling. Keeping the "Flandrien
" feeling alive you know. We have been spoiled so far this year with a rider like Philippe Gilbert
. While I keep up with cycling the year around for many The Tour of France
is the only race they watch.
This week's item is partly about Belgium and Illustration. The Belgian connection is the world's oldest fine leather luxury goods company Delvaux. The illustration part brings us to London. How these two got together you'll discover in what follows after the jump.
Dieter Rams is undoubtedly one of the most influential industrial designers of the 20th century. Rams studied architecture at the Werkkunstschule Wiesbaden as well as learning carpentry from 1943 to 1957. He was strongly influenced by his grandfather who also was a carpenter.