Wednesday, June 29, 2011

christoph niemann

New Yorker cover by Christoph Niemann

In this interview, Christoph Niemann is so charming—about humble design versus "fine art," about failing to get a good night's sleep, about making his kids a bathroom-tile map of the NYC subway system. He's done covers for the New Yorker and Wired, a blog for the New York Times, and several books that showcase his cleverness and imagination. His new children's book, "That's How," is a perfect distillation of how kids imagine the inner workings of ordinary things like trucks and boats:

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