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What other publications are saying about Sight Unseen:

“In the five years since its inception, Sight Unseen — the online hub run by the writers and curators Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer — has not only documented new currents in the design world, but defined them. (The site can arguably take credit for the Memphis Group revival currently swirling through the scene.)” — Eviana Hartman, T Magazine

“A niche online design magazine launched by New York–based Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer, former editors of ID magazine. Its raison d’etre, says Monica, is to ‘give anyone interested in creativity and design a behind-the-scenes view of how things are made, why they are made and who it is that is making them.'” —Nicole Swengley, London’s Financial Times, which listed Sight Unseen as one of 15 key international design websites

“Impeccably curated by former I.D. editors Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer, elegant online magazine Sight Unseen opens the door to the creative practice of tastemakers in art, fashion, and design. With a host of intimate, browse-my-house visits, Sight Unseen is full of refreshingly candid and lucid artist profiles, all laid out in a format that showcases each subject’s words and works.” —Flavorpill’s Flavorwire, Daily Dose Pick

“The site’s a bit different from most others out there: Rather than documenting only new work, it’s dedicated mostly to the lifestyles of designers. Check it out — fun stuff for anyone interesting in peeking behind the often forbidding facade of modern design.” —Cliff Kuang,

“The site has a personal, timeless feel that’s more like flipping through a photo album than scrolling through a press release.” — Dwell Magazine, which selected Monica and Jill as its New Media Young Guns in 2010

“Their taste is impeccably cool and never ceases to impress.” — Yellowtrace