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Reads tagged with “illustration”

I Met The Walrus: Lennon’s Brain Animated
I Met The Walrus: Lennon’s Brain Animated

Truth, aged like a good whiskey, from the cellar of a cultural legend.

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Dan Price, Revealed
Dan Price, Revealed

What the 80’s and great shoes have in common. Seriously.

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Artist Spotlight: Adrian Johnson
Artist Spotlight: Adrian Johnson

Because nothing non-awesome ever came from the U.K.

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Retro Blast
Retro Blast

Saggy superheroes, dance lessons from James Brown, what chickens have to do with the roots of hip hop, how to fix all your marriage troubles, and why Springfield, MO is a nerd hotspot.

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Blame It on the Weatherman
Blame It on the Weatherman

Why World War II put Al Gore in business, and how Mae West helps keep it 72 and sunny.

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Child Art for Grown-Ups
Child Art for Grown-Ups

What Superman, Tim Burton and 1,000 South Korean Children have in common.

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Mad Men Illustrated
Mad Men Illustrated

What Madison Avenue and Upright Citizens Brigade have in common.

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Cartography by the People
Cartography by the People

What getting lost in Eindhoven has to do with a nice pit bull and a shovel.

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Monkey See Monkey Make NBC Look Bad
Monkey See Monkey Make NBC Look Bad

How rocks stars are making capitalism look really, really, really bad.

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7 Ways To Free Yourself
7 Ways To Free Yourself

Mad about folding, the new Radiohead, global ‘zines, the U.K. vs. France, why the next MoMA piece may be found in your closet, how to be even lazier than you already are, and what 1’s and 0’s have to do with art. Welcome to the 7 Ways To Free Yourself issue.

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