Judd wrote on a broad range of topics. In 2016, Judd Foundation and David Zwirner Books published Donald Judd Writing—a collection of the artist’s essays, notes and manuscripts from 1958 to 1993. The artist Donald Judd had admirers so passionate that, following his death in 1994, they created bumper stickers and T-shirts emblazoned with “WWDJD”—an acronym for “What would Donald Judd do?” Perhaps a better question would have been, “What would Donald Judd read?” Unbeknownst to many, Judd was an avid bibliophile. His passion for books culminated in a library in the west Texas town of Marfa, an unlikely destination that has since become a hotbed for the arts as a result of Judd’s influence and work. This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Six Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Interiors Issue 50 Gabriel Escámez A sea of tranquil designs inspired by the Mediterranean coastline. Design Issue 50 Frama The creative company where community is more than just a mood board. Interiors Issue 50 Atelier Vime Inside the Provençal home that inspired a craft revival. Interiors Issue 50 Humble Abode The appeal of tiny homes. Interiors Issue 50 Cult Rooms A modernist with the Midas touch. Arts & Culture Design Kunio Maekawa A new exhibition at Kinfolk’s Case Study Room in Tokyo.