Interfacing: A Set of Three Michael Rock Essays

Stitches connect different materials to fix, build, or unite. Michael Rock’s essays refer to the stitching together of content and form, as well as the stitches connecting design professionals and the process of how one decides what is “good” design. The title “Interfacing” refers to this in-between space. It reflects the relationship between the designer and client, the designer and consumer or user, and the act of creating an interface. It also refers to a type of fabric that is used between two other layers of fabric to create stiffness. Rock also addresses the idea that design is a process, which I reference in this set by leaving the backs of the sheets visible.


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Rochelle BaRoss is currently livin' the dream in Brooklyn, working as a Cold Weather Accessory Designer and dabbling in her love of all things illustration and design in her spare time.