Ten years ago, Michael Bierut wrote a column for Design Observer about his notebooks. Over 26 years, he had filled 85 hand-numbered, uniformly-sized, marble-covered books with sketches and lists and ideas. Together, they formed a history of his working life. This piece (or rather the photo that accompanies it, every book stacked high on a chair like some kind of Pentagram monolith) often comes to mind when I’m looking through my own notebooks.
Join our community
This article is available to subscribers only. Sign up now for your access-all-areas pass.
Got a question?
+44 (0)20 7292 3703 or email@example.com