What book is in your bathroom?
Sagmeister - Made You Look
Books aren’t allowed in there.
I have magazines in my bathroom: The Wire, Sight and Sound, and an old copy of the New Yorker. There’s a copy of David Thomson’s Biography of Film there too. It’s my favourite book.
I’m embarrassed to say that they are mostly magazines. Half are copies of the Economist, and the remainder are People and Us. (The last two are my wife’s, but I must admit that I read them from when I lack the energy to read something more substantial.)
None. I don’t read on the toilet. I focus!
The Sorrows of Young Werther By Goethe.
Flip Flop Flyin
“Confessions of a Late Night Talk Show Host: the Autobiography of Larry Sanders” Garry Shandling and David Rensin
No books, but a pile of different magazines. Current stuff: butt, uovo, monocle, creative review, fantastic men, brand eins, mono.kultur
Just current magazine issues: The Nation, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Art + Auction, etc.
Design (juxtapoz, beautiful decay, tiypo) and music (spin, serie b, rockdeluxe) magazines, and the “bathroom companion” book. No man can go to the bathroom without something to read.
No books in that room, just the occasional publication of late, back reading of the usual design trades.
I don’t stock the bathroom with reading paraphernalia, but if I did, it would be Radical Honesty by Brad Blanton.
Edward Tufte - Envisioning Information (yes, for real.)
A pile of magazines is more like it.
12 copies of the American Scholar.
Wayne F. Miller - Chicago’s Southside
Please Let Me Design
Damien: Some fashion magazines, an IdN, Paul Auster’s “The Music of Chance”, some Calvin & Hobbes...
I have enough work to do in the bathroom...
None, I don’t read a lot. I’ve started to read more but I’m not at the stage yet where they’ve migrated to the bathroom.
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