Paul Kalanithi, MD, was a Stanford neurosurgeon who was diagnosed with lung cancer in his mid-30s. He wrote a popular op-ed for The New York Times in early 2014 on confronting mortality. Here, he reflects on his changing perception of time as doctor, patient, and new father.
He died at 37 on March 9.
Kuntzel and Deygas’s memorable and idiosyncratic title sequence to Steven Spielberg’s comedy drama thriller Catch Me if You Can (2002). The slender Lowreyesque figures run through environments that symbolize key plot points from the film, and are accompanied by John Williams’ floaty, 1960s jazz-era score. The title design credit is discreetly featured in the shelf, while the papers blow past the pursuer’s face.