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Enzo has been very busy working on a series that he started over the summer. The spark that started the project was a call for a family portrait. His sketching produced a caricature of me. That drawing then found itself appearing all over the whiteboard in the Studio at TCS in a variety of not-so-kind interactions between me and our good friend Jesse. Once the summer Open Studios were over, he...
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All happy families resemble one another, each unhappy family is unhappy in its...– Leo Tolstoy
Punctuation, emoticons, gestures, and...
A mention of Bruno Munari yesterday (and another this morning) has me dusting off these thoughts that have been sitting in my draft folder for a a few months. It starts with a summertime post from Tim Carmody, “De inventione punctus”, at both Bookfuturism and Snarkmarket that opens with: All signs suggest punctuation is in flux. In particular, our signs that mark grammatical (and...
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The idea of the sacred is quite simply one of the most conservative notions in...– Salman Rushdie (via bettyann)
[P]eople like to measure everything - screen size, filesize, resolution, number...– Neven Mrgan
The world is full of very average things made by people who don’t want to...– Brendan Dawes