When The Vandals Took North Africa, They Had Their Way With The Roman Empire 

North Africa was one of the heartlands of the Roman Empire. It produced most of the grain that fed Rome, the olive oil that burned in lamps from Sicily to Spain, the pottery that sat on every dinner table from Britain to Greece, and the tax revenue that kept the Roman government flush.

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Max Dautresme: Mr. Catch-Me-If-You-Can

Max Dautresme is a master of adjectives. Groovy, daredevil, playful, business industrial 1970s, funky, British: these are just a handful of those he attaches to the projects he’s worked on with his Hong Kong-based design agency, Substance. When he’s making a deep-rooted change for one of those clients, he describes […]