In order to make the creative world feel a bit less lonely and a bit more connected in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve decided to kick off a new blog series—CoviDiaries—that will bring us into the homes and minds of various designers, illustrators and other professionals, to see how they’re coping. We’ll publish a few installments each week and would love to hear from you, too. Contact us here. First up: Print‘s very own Steven Heller in Manhattan.
I am naturally restless, although I also love a good nap as an escape from life’s rigors. While cooped up in my apartment with my wife I do a variety of things, in addition to remote meetings at the School of Visual Arts, to fill up the time, allay the anxiety and remain sane (such as it is).