Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Wow, this is beautiful cover art; very much in the spirit of Chip Kidd's TED talk. I suppose the use of color is also meaningful? Although I am not sure it's the right shade of blue...

Speaking of cover art, I enjoyed the one on a recent issue of Spectator:

Imagine the high opinion they have of their readers — they expect them to remember the frontispiece of Hobbes's Leviathan in order to appreciate the joke. On the other hand, maybe that frontispiece is in every school history textbook and has been ingrained in every Brit's mind, as the Bayeux Tapestry is.

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    On the dreadful state of the style of modern Russian communication. "There is no alternative", writes an author, and then immediately outlines an…

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    Via a tweet, but I thought I'd get my own copy. A beautiful illustration of how a caption totally misrepresents what's been captured in the photo.…

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    Here's an extract from Uncle Bob's book Clean Agile. Although he has fallen out of grace with the champions of social justice, the sentiment…

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