has dedicated his career to experimental and visual poetry, using media such as photography, painting, and other materials. He has published twenty-eight books, among them children's books and anthologies of visual poetry. He made “Soneto Ecológico” in 2005, a sonnet that measures 110 x 36 meters and is made of seventy trees.
Our Shopping Lists, Our Selves
Jessica Helfand on lists: from the mundane to the historical, the shopping list to the Bill of Rights.
The Practical Virtue of Works That Work
Works That Work
magazine reclaims the word “creativity” from the stultifying embrace of branding culture and design thinking.
“Women’s Work”: An Interview with Judith Thurman
Francsca Granata interviews Judith Thurman about fashion criticism and her own foray into it for The New Yorker.
The Original Paradox
The value of creating new designs, rather than being "original".
Let's Make A Mark
Ellen Susan proposes a new punctuation mark, the ElRey, for the digital-text era.