Designer’s Sabbatical: A Visual Tour, Part 2
After eleven years at Chronicle Books, I was fortunate enough to enjoy a three-month sabbatical. My hiatus led me to travel far and away. Though I was removed from my day-to-day design responsibilities, the designer in me could not avoid embracing the beautiful design and whimsical typography inherent in these amazing countries.
The second half of my sabbatical travels took me to Morocco, Gibraltar, and England (see Part 1 for Berlin and Spain).
Delicious Moroccan salads that we ate daily. Now I’m making my own with Morocco, a gorgeous cookbook filled with recipes from Marrakech and more.
The best market for food, shopping, or simply hanging out
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