Click List: Defining Design Ethics, Book Nerd Nirvana + More August 31 2017


First thing’s first: the fine folks of Houston need our help. Join us in slinging our support behind them in full force—whatever you can contribute towards disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Harvey could make a difference. A few places you might start include United Way Storm Recovery, Houston Food Bank, Coalition for the Homeless, the SPCA of Texas, and the Texas Diaper Bank. Give this page a peep for other organizations in need.  – Team 20x200


When we #tbt we're partial to requisite reads about awesome women: Less than a year ago, our friends at Hyperallergic posted this piece on Florine Stettheimer: Feminist Provocateur, penned by the leading authority on the artist. BTW, we debuted our first Florine edition last week, and it's a doozy.


Excuse us while we drool. The gorgeous built-in bookcases in this Apartment Therapy round-up almost make owning way too many tomes seem totally manageable, nay, chic! Good organizational #goals for the book hoarders among us (insert our founder here).


Photo by Emily Johnston
Speaking of organizational prowess...the Queen of decluttering, Marie Kondo, gave her tidying tips to Artsy—with an eye on to how to fine-tune her KonMari method to harness creativity in an art studio. 


Defining the ethics of design is more important now than ever—a challenge ever-outspoken 20x200 artist Mike Monteiro uniquely equipped to take on. This is hardly the first time he's addressed ethics in design + life, but now he's teaming up with Scout Books on a guide that brings it all together.


Brace for the balloon drop, because next week is our TENTH birthday! That's practically ancient in internet years, y'all. Some seriously cool stuff will be coming your way, so keep an eye out.