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Bal des Quat’z’Arts Ephemera. circa 1920s.

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Posters that could have existed. Top by Harjis Grundmanis, bottom from Mondo.

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Barrette collection, Jim Golden

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explore-blog:

These minimalist posters of mathematical objects by VisualizingMath are the best thing since Oliver Byrne’s Victorian drawings of Euclid’s elements

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50watts:

Christ’s face engraved in a single spiral line: Claude Mellan, “The Sudarium, or Veil of St Veronica,” engraving, France, 1649.

In a single line and starting from the tip of Jesus’ nose, Mellan has engraved the entire face, the folded veil, and the lettering below. The modulations in direction, from thick to thin, model the image in chiaroscuro (light and dark). Thus the shapes and volume of the engraving are achieved. [text via British Museum]

I remember you

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, Brian Steinhoff

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stoptellingwomentosmile:

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh speaking at Georgia State University, and wheat pasting in downtown Atlanta with volunteers. 

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