Peter Saville on my mind.
Echos of Peter Saville’s talk is in my head today… how he realized he was never a graphic designer but came at the discipline moreso as an Artist.
After a brief stint as owner of a general store in 1832, Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, was the postmaster for the area in which he lived. After that, he taught himself to become the county surveyor. Then he became a lawyer, another self-taught profession. He was admitted to the bar in 1837. (“Lincoln,” by David Herbert Donald.) That’s what I’m...