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DesignObserver
Diagram of the camera angles for the cropdusting scene in Hitchcock's North by Northwest ritholtz.com/blog/2011/05/n… pic.twitter.com/quHLug9DKD
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On Céline’s new ad campaign featuring essayist Joan Didion. This one. dogroup.co/1yi8rZX pic.twitter.com/aqm0GqEuQ5
Seeing playing cards from new perspectives: design; role in social life; printing history dogroup.co/1BpLJzS pic.twitter.com/zr1S2MKLfI
A critique of the Striporama street scene photo taken by Vivian Maier. What do you think? dogroup.co/1yadifx pic.twitter.com/x2SzMLdNdP
Typographic units at the limits of alphabetic writing dogroup.co/14QuYB3 pic.twitter.com/2dUhiO2aoy
Monday coffee clicking (& reading): America’s urban underbelly through the ever-present camera dogroup.co/1FzCIs7 pic.twitter.com/UlsNgPNRaQ
#FridayFun Did you break your New Year's promises? Maybe there's a better approach. dogroup.co/14uaPR4 pic.twitter.com/4My3ZUGh3r
Did you know that our symposium in Feb, "What Design Sounds Like", is FREE? Register today! wdsl.designobserver.com pic.twitter.com/7yB1GoR5uF
Do the able-bodied still pity those with disabilities? Or is a change in perception under way? designobserver.com/feature/exposu… pic.twitter.com/8TOLGPUYDG
Poster for Altman's "The Long Goodbye" inspired by @MADmagazine's movie spoofs w original art by Jack Davis, 1973 pic.twitter.com/CqngJHr6HE
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Was it something in the water? Another Chicago street photographer discovered dogroup.co/1AiMLvX pic.twitter.com/VSaq4UFjjq
To avoid confusion, use a typeface with clear distinction between similar shapes: pic.twitter.com/9tbl3RzbU6
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And so we end 140 days. "London is a riddle," wrote the English novelist G.K. Chesterton. "Paris is an explanation.” pic.twitter.com/GCEwHBh7e2
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In a city with a per capita lingerie-to-woman ratio that boggles the mind, scantily-clad possibilities always beckon. pic.twitter.com/qUrtCMnYwX
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Five minutes in the vicinity of Foucault's pendulum is mesmerizing and should put most psychiatrists out of business. pic.twitter.com/HTR2hzxa7L
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An architectural glory of the Second Empire, Galerie Vivienne faded from view with the rise of all things Haussmann. pic.twitter.com/bobUvo5M3h
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"The telephone is made for telephoning." A prime example of Parisian graffiti — elegant, philosophical, meaningless. pic.twitter.com/jplBpsoBR5
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To the left of a sign for a school for boys lies the irrefutable evidence of the fact that, well — boys will be boys. pic.twitter.com/5cME9uGMYL
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No, not a White Christmas in most places today, but if your family surname is "Neige" you're at least halfway there. pic.twitter.com/vfp721bs5o
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A Pharmacy reimagines a door in the form of the classic druggist's cross, while a Tabac sign hangs nearby, unchanged. pic.twitter.com/Zcmz3uO5tY
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On the clever new identity for the Picasso Museum in Paris: dogroup.co/13VcYG3 | pic.twitter.com/dpqotRAQ5A
At the Musée de la Chase et de la Nature, peacock feathers are arranged on the floor, a pantomime of pretend liquids. pic.twitter.com/6zFDUOB4Md
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