Jiro Dreams of Sushi is repetitive in terms of Jiro's excellence, his relationship with his sons and his bite-sized philosophies. While intentional, it makes the pace draggy even over its short running time.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi is repetitive in terms of Jiro's excellence, his relationship with his sons and his bite-sized philosophies. While intentional, it makes the pace draggy even over its short running time.

Tensions between the father and his sons are subtly yet perceptively portrayed, but Jiro's love and pride in his children still shine through even though it's something he'd rather not advertise.

Tensions between the father and his sons are subtly yet perceptively portrayed, but Jiro's love and pride in his children still shine through even though it's something he'd rather not advertise.

illustration for cover of The New Yorker magazine (Dec 15, 2014)

illustration for cover of The New Yorker magazine (Dec 15, 2014)

The Evolution of American Cereal Box Design by Emily Temple.

The Evolution of American Cereal Box Design


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hero's // also, don't try to spell anything out of the missing letters...you'll be let down...

hero's // also, don't try to spell anything out of the missing letters...you'll be let down...

American Graphic Design    This is the back cover of the famous MIT press Bauhaus publication, originally designed by Muriel Cooper in 1969, with additions in a reprinting in 1976. This publication went on through a fourth printing in 1980.

American Graphic Design This is the back cover of the famous MIT press Bauhaus publication, originally designed by Muriel Cooper in 1969, with additions in a reprinting in 1976. This publication went on through a fourth printing in 1980.

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