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Design Drinking Games: The New Lonny Magazine

The new issue of Lonny is up online and it’s a lot of fun to virtually flip through. While I like Lonny a lot, I thought it might need a little drinking game of its own, just for fun.  In fact, these rules don’t just apply to Lonny – feel free to use them all […]


April 11th, 2010  |  Published in Design Magazines, Design on the Web, Design Press  |  10 Comments

Design Drinking Games: Pedro Friedeberg Hands & Feet

I can’t find anything inspiring to share with you, but all last week I was dying to revive the design drinking games. Just as you’d gulp some down whenever Brenda was a bitch on the old 90210, take a swig whenever you see this newly ubiquitous object. For months now I’ve noticed that Pedro Friedeberg’s […]


November 23rd, 2009  |  Published in Art and Artists, Design Drinking Games, Design Trends, Uncategorized  |  4 Comments

Design Drinking Games

Here are a few new objects for our design drinking games. “Take a swig” everytime you see one of the following: A Globe Collection: Not-so-casually-tossed Hermes boxes (“casually tossed” Hermes boxes count too). Do stylists just keep a bunch of these in their cars for photo shoots?: Gaining on the Tom Ford book and The […]


May 28th, 2008  |  Published in Design Drinking Games, Design Magazines, Design Trends

Design Drinking Games – Helmut Newton on a Music Stand

What’s the same about these two pictures?: I had to laugh as I looked through last month’s Metropolitan Home.  Apparently the new item du jour is the Helmut Newton book on a music stand.  These two layouts were only a few pages apart in the same issue.  I think the top photo will probably win […]


February 4th, 2008  |  Published in Design Drinking Games, Design Magazines, Design Press  |  5 Comments

Design Drinking Games – Indoor Log Pile Trend

Catching up on my glossies last week, I had to laugh – opened up this issue of Domino: Because the page right underneath it looked like this: The log piles were literally stacked on top of each other when the magazine was closed.  Displaying logs seems to be a timeless styling trick and not necessarily […]


January 7th, 2008  |  Published in Design Drinking Games, Design Magazines, Design Press  |  3 Comments