The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “illustration”

Mapping Big Ideas: BIGVIZ
Mapping Big Ideas: BIGVIZ

200 pages of world-changing thinking, or what a sheep and a dog have to do with universal compassion.

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5:1 Student Design Show
5:1 Student Design Show

Untainted design thinking, or what 200 students have to do with the world of 100.

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The Consequences of… Jacob Livengood
The Consequences of… Jacob Livengood

The colors of existential truth, or what an apple has to do with the culture of collaboration.

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Spotlight: Cherri Wood
Spotlight: Cherri Wood

Newspaper cutout, hidden messages, and what Oliver Twist has to do with ink stains.

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Show & Tell: Mapping Obama’s Speech
Show & Tell: Mapping Obama’s Speech

Obama’s inauguration speech, graphically facilitated in (almost) real time.

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Illustration Spotlight: Plan 9.001
Illustration Spotlight: Plan 9.001

The 1’s and 0’s of home, or what the Olsen twins have to do with John Locke and God.

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Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project
Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project

Dissecting the interwebs, or what digital toddlers have to do with infinite loops.

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The Sale of Manhattan: A Saul Bass Gem Circa 1962
The Sale of Manhattan: A Saul Bass Gem Circa 1962

What Saul Bass has to do with George W, or why Manhattan is worth $32 worth of junk jewelry.

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Show & Tell: A Century of Illustrated Letters
Show & Tell: A Century of Illustrated Letters

120 years of handwriting so bad it necessitates visual aid, or why hipsters didn’t invent irreverence.

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Vintage Russian Ads
Vintage Russian Ads

What Dostoevsky has to do with sausage art and bicycles.

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