NYTimes: The Cult of Tyler Brûlé

. Friday, January 27, 2012

The New York Times recently did a great feature on Tyler Brûlé.  From growing up in a Winnipeg home filled with Danish design, to surviving a sniper attack as a journalist in war-torn Afghanistan, to his founding of the iconic design culture magazines Wallpaper* and Monocle, read how Mr. Brûlé became a global tastemaker and media powerhouse.

See the full article here.

Below, the Heritage radio by Revo that was designed for Monocle 24, a radio station founded by Tyler Brûlé.


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