For his new book, Al Gore wanted some tweaks to the typeface.
“You see, Al is really involved with the project and we spend a lot of time working together in the publisher’s office. When he was reviewing the proofs, he had a comment about the typeface.”
As a result, there is an updated version of Brioni now available.
Oskar Karlin reworked the infamous London Underground map using the time it takes to travel between stations rather than the distance.
Wired has posted a gallery of beautiful electricity photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto.
For his latest project, called Lightning Fields, the award-winning photographer traded optics for electricity. He wields a Van de Graaff generator to send up to 400,000 volts through film to a metal table. The resulting fractal branching, subtle feathering, and furry whorls call to mind vascular systems, geologic features, and trees.