Wednesday, November 01, 2006
For its November issue Wired Magazine asked 33 writers to write a six-word story, which was then interpreted visually by designers Stephen Doyle, Frost Design, Chip Kidd, John Maeda and Tomato. The inspiration for the series was Hemingway's own famous six-word story ("For sale: baby shoes, never worn.") which he is said to have called his best work. Read the series here. The design on the left is by Tomato.