The crossover you never needed.
Forget the mystery and the fame, the producer born William Bevan's always been "about the tunes." So we ranked all of them.
The text-only strategy game once had 100,000 players. Its new owners want to bring it back to its former glory.
Henry helps Olive get ready for a date after she gets a text from her crush.
When artificial intelligence is dumb.
Australian type designer Barry Spencer creates mind-bending geometric art using letters.
Franziska von Guten reflects on virtual boyfriends, sexuality, and computers in her issue of FELT Zine.
Artists use their own stories to create more universal visibility in 'Ministry of Internal Affairs. Intimacy as Text.'
Find your paper-cut initials in Sabeena Karnik’s delicate typeface and calligraphy pieces.
Nathaniel Akin's 'A Tax on Bunny Rabbits' uses text alone to create a charming and funny animation.
Basim Magdy's colorful oeuvere of various mediums hints at a complex future.
With a little help from AI, of course.