The Marginalian
The Marginalian

Reads tagged with “omnibus”

7 Quirky & Creative Playing Card Deck Designs
7 Quirky & Creative Playing Card Deck Designs

Soviet Mayans, typographic treats, and what mathematical functions have to do with the sexism of the sixties.

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Office Supply Art: Magical Mosaics Made of Unusual Objects
Office Supply Art: Magical Mosaics Made of Unusual Objects

What Leonardo da Vinci has to do with film noir and the Guinness Book of Records.

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Spam as Art
Spam as Art

Flowers from junk, postmodern poetry, and a beautiful way to invite Nigerian scammers into your living room.

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Urban Hackscapes: Augmented Reality 1.0
Urban Hackscapes: Augmented Reality 1.0

iPhone vs. pencil, or what the Library of Congress has to do with cartoon dinosaurs.

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Retro Revival: Vintage Posters for Modern Movies
Retro Revival: Vintage Posters for Modern Movies

Helvetica, Hitchcock and what Saul Bass can teach J.J. Abrams about mystery.

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5 Seminal Vintage Russian Animation Short Films
5 Seminal Vintage Russian Animation Short Films

What dancing ballerinas and hungry kings have to do with the dawn of the digital age.

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5 (More) Places to Buy (and Sell) Affordable Art
5 (More) Places to Buy (and Sell) Affordable Art

How to get excited about art without letting your wallet get depressed.

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Strange Sounds: 7 Experimental Projects Making Music from Natural Elements
Strange Sounds: 7 Experimental Projects Making Music from Natural Elements

Solar-powered guitars, salty vocals, and what bonsai has to do with liquid music for the deaf.

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Subway Etiquette Posters: New York, Toronto, Tokyo
Subway Etiquette Posters: New York, Toronto, Tokyo

Sardines, anthropomorphic luggage, and what the beach has to do with train doors.

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Infoviz Education: Animated Visualizations for Kids
Infoviz Education: Animated Visualizations for Kids

Helium, carbon, and what Little Red Riding Hood has to do with malnutrition in Africa.

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