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Reads tagged with “omnibus”

Best Albums of August & September 2009
Best Albums of August & September 2009

Lovable monsters, Middle Eastern obsessions, and why good things only get better with time.

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Biology-Inspired Art
Biology-Inspired Art

Swine flu, eye color, and what fractals have to do with gene sequences.

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Design-Off: Top 3 Live Design Competitions
Design-Off: Top 3 Live Design Competitions

Cardboard monsters, digital marathons, and why design is just like tennis.

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Curating Twitter: Three Hand-Picked Must-Follows
Curating Twitter: Three Hand-Picked Must-Follows

Because #followfriday is insufficient, props are to be given, and we like Big Words.

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Paper Whimsy: Top 5 Artists
Paper Whimsy: Top 5 Artists

The best thing to die for if you’re a tree, or what Darwin has to do with the visual scent of winter.

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New Traditional: Japanese Figurines
New Traditional: Japanese Figurines

From folk craft to art toys, or what Sumo has to do with sustainability.

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Robots In Our Image
Robots In Our Image

How a biblical creation myth replays itself from bone and muscle to jazz improvisation.

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The Human Face, Up Close and Personal
The Human Face, Up Close and Personal

What the CIA has to do narcissism, attractiveness and Autistic children.

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Photographic Time Machine
Photographic Time Machine

How to tear the space-time continuum with your bare hands and a camera lens.

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Sound Meets Image: Visual Tributes to Music
Sound Meets Image: Visual Tributes to Music

The world’s most international passport, why cassettes are the new Buddhism, and what Thom Yorke has to do with motion typography.

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