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Eye candy for your Monday morning coffee: a gallery of vintage board games dogroup.co/1BoQZlE pic.twitter.com/yOEZtZ65bu
Below a grey unforgiving winter sky on the Rue Montorgueil, a glimpse of French Colonialism that should be long gone. pic.twitter.com/qaklBDbfzC
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Bottles of burgundy. A man's laced shoe. Innocent items seen in a window and yet? Each made exclusively of chocolate. pic.twitter.com/pfxtXgMxQc
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Finished your holiday shopping? Probably not. Check out the Heller/Fili holiday sale tomorrow. (View pic for info!) pic.twitter.com/Wwxy9FwELJ
Near St. Paul, a tiny child's dress hangs in a window — without language or signage, it tells its story nevertheless. pic.twitter.com/jG1N8WScOD
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Pigalle was once synonymous with the debauchery of Parisian life, and perhaps it still is. If letterforms could talk! pic.twitter.com/oqQhT4nO3y
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A tailor works in the golden light of his atelier, surrounded by patterns, like makeshift carcasses. City as theatre. pic.twitter.com/ArODSjNOp0
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How can design unite two disparate manuscripts that were intended to be utilized together? dogroup.co/1AU0V6i pic.twitter.com/ZrqTrFFayv
Easy to forget that a river cuts this city in two. And then you see it and it is like a giant artery, breathing life. pic.twitter.com/pupLY8bbxZ
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Vernacular photography—a genre at once extraordinary and ordinary. dogroup.co/1FUFtz7 pic.twitter.com/bZEUM4kSeo
Programming generative systems for type: graphical elements as data within a visual system. dogroup.co/1wGol0r pic.twitter.com/F9bNffAw0l
Politician and writer Villemain was also reportedly something of a genius in the wit department. And so is that lion. pic.twitter.com/5qlQefTa9P
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It may not be Robert Frost's "narrow wood" but divergent signs testify to the fact that maps can only get you so far. pic.twitter.com/uNa1yBm3Un
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Recognize this guy? Did you know he started his career as a graphic designer? dogroup.co/1zpP1jE pic.twitter.com/4eITiyEbIy
BREAKING: Mass resignations just submitted at @tnr Full list… pic.twitter.com/SdM0VPQ8Et
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Didactic and determined, pretty much nothing about this typeface says it is a hair salon for women. But just in case. pic.twitter.com/lqOYuKqCo3
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Marina Willer: “I never liked working on my own. I love collaboration. I love people.” dogroup.co/1I0Johy pic.twitter.com/IzwYdiHMwF
Far from Deyrolle, near Place de la Victoire, taxidermy inhabits its own magical world. The city never, ever, sleeps. pic.twitter.com/bzHQAs37Ee
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A complex view of the mid-century commercial landscape. From the new @PlacesJournal : placesjournal.org/article/ugly-a… pic.twitter.com/aPXPzfaZf7
A visitor above my atelier — and a hint of the Paris made comically memorable in The Aristocats. I'll play Eva Gabor. pic.twitter.com/v2bxL4Qm9F
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