Perrin Drumm is a writer, an editor, and a lady.

Magazine maker; preoccupied with print, down with digital, appalling at alliteration.

Founder + director of Eye on Design, published by AIGA, the oldest and largest not-for-profit design organization in America. Sign up for the newsletter to get the latest stories +  subscribe to get issue #01 of Eye on Design magazine, out now.

Things I’ve written lately: “Om if You Want To,” for Civilization, a New York newspaper by Richard Turley; “Drowning in Data — Making the unknown known with Mona Chalabi,” for Riposte; a behind-the-scenes sesh with MoMA Design Store’s extremely savvy buying team, for 99U; a reported op-ed about whether graphic designers should unionize (and what it might look like if they did), for EoD mag #01.

Other things I’ve written about: theremin music, Mexican soap operas, mycelium mushroom architecture, Muppets, money, modern day slavery, silent movies, action movies, Miranda July, Stanley Kubrick, Oscar Award history, magazine design history, and artful nuns.

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