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The Astonishing Visual Lists of Autistic Savant Gregory Blackstock
The Astonishing Visual Lists of Autistic Savant Gregory Blackstock

From owls to lighthouses, or what a sixty-something retired pot washer can teach us about art and love.

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The 11 Best Illustrated Children’s and Picture Books of 2011
The 11 Best Illustrated Children’s and Picture Books of 2011

From evil stepmothers to Edward Gorey, or what Richard Dawkins has to do with Hindu deities.

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You Are Not So Smart: A Field Guide to the Brain’s Guile
You Are Not So Smart: A Field Guide to the Brain’s Guile

The science of why 600 Facebook “friends” are an illusion, or why brand loyalty is a product of the ego.

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Stunning Subjectivity: Obsessive Typographic Maps by Paula Scher
Stunning Subjectivity: Obsessive Typographic Maps by Paula Scher

An irreverent, artful antidote to GPS appification, or what the NYC subway has to do with tsunamis.

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Perversion for Profit: Vintage Anti-Porn Propaganda
Perversion for Profit: Vintage Anti-Porn Propaganda

A vintage card from the Tea Party playbook, or what the Kama Sutra has to do with the fall of the Roman Empire.

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The 11 Best Art and Design Books of 2011
The 11 Best Art and Design Books of 2011

From the Periodic Table to Craigslist, or what the greatest graphic designer of all time has to do with Moby-Dick.

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Balloons for Bhutan: Jonathan Harris Documents Happiness
Balloons for Bhutan: Jonathan Harris Documents Happiness

A portrait of happiness in the last Himalayan kingdom.

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How the Difference Between Your Experiencing Self and Your Remembering Self Shapes Your Happiness
How the Difference Between Your Experiencing Self and Your Remembering Self Shapes Your Happiness

Beneath the biases of intuition, or how your experiencing self and your remembering self shape your life.

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I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words via 200 Quotes
I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words via 200 Quotes

A first-hand tour of the heart and mind of one of our era’s greatest visionaries, culled from 30 years of wisdom.

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Gorgeous Grimm: 130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy
Gorgeous Grimm: 130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy

What evil stepmothers and conniving wolves have to do with understanding the future of reading.

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