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Sam Potts Visualizes the Best of <em>Brain Pickings</em> 2010
Sam Potts Visualizes the Best of Brain Pickings 2010

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Mad Men: The Illustrated World
Mad Men: The Illustrated World

Tips for the modern metrosexual from the 1960s, or what martinis have to do with Twitter.

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Just a Few Cards: 9 Artists Reimagine the Holiday Card
Just a Few Cards: 9 Artists Reimagine the Holiday Card

What exploding Christmases have to do with data visualization and mid-century nautica.

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An Awesome Book of Thanks! Dallas Clayton Celebrates Gratitude
An Awesome Book of Thanks! Dallas Clayton Celebrates Gratitude

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Steven Johnson on Where Good Ideas Come From
Steven Johnson on Where Good Ideas Come From

“Chance favors the connected mind.”

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The Best Books of 2010: Art, Design & Photography
The Best Books of 2010: Art, Design & Photography

Analog interactivity, or what flowcharts have to do with the history of street art.

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Coralie Bickford-Smith’s Book Covers for Penguin Classics
Coralie Bickford-Smith’s Book Covers for Penguin Classics

Gorgeous pattern-driven designs, part Victorian wallpaper, part modernist upholstery, that breathe new life into some of literature’s greatest classics.

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PICKED: Faucet Face
PICKED: Faucet Face

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And The Pursuit of Happiness: Maira Kalman Illustrates Democracy
And The Pursuit of Happiness: Maira Kalman Illustrates Democracy

“We hope. We despair. We hope. We despair. This is what governs us. We have a bipolar system.”

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13 Words: Lemony Snicket + Maira Kalman
13 Words: Lemony Snicket + Maira Kalman

A despondent dog, a busy bird, and what iconic illustration has to do with the iPad.

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