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From Back Home: Photo- Parallels from Sweden
From Back Home: Photo- Parallels from Sweden

What the fringes of Sweden have to do with a scavenger hunt for creative influences.

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The Bookshelf Rethought, Part 3
The Bookshelf Rethought, Part 3

Fluidity of form, elegance in asymmetry, brilliant minimalism, and how to roll like a nomad.

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Data Flow, The Sequel
Data Flow, The Sequel

What seven years of eye candy have to do with the future of design in the age of data.

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Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopedia
Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopedia

Prison storytelling, subcultural anthropology, and the allure of darkness.

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The Art of Book Sculpture
The Art of Book Sculpture

Surgical typography, a beautiful ghost, and why the reading of art is the new art of reading.

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5 Classic Children’s Books with Timeless Philosophy for Grown-Ups
5 Classic Children’s Books with Timeless Philosophy for Grown-Ups

The yellow brick road to self-discovery, or what long words have to do with running in place.

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Sorted Books: The Library as a Standup Comedian
Sorted Books: The Library as a Standup Comedian

What shark attacks and the New York art world have to do with Shakespearean codependence.

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Photographer Jason Hawkes’ <em>London At Night</em>
Photographer Jason Hawkes’ London At Night

The view from cloudy skies, or why the financial district is blingier than you thought.

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The Invention of Hugo Cabret
The Invention of Hugo Cabret

What 1930 in Paris has to do with Avatar, orphans and broken machines.

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You’re a Horrible Person, But I Like You
You’re a Horrible Person, But I Like You

Dating advice from Sarah Silverman, or how to live your life like a bonified hipster.

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