Maserati Boomerang 1972 /// Wedge King

Maserati Boomerang 1972 /// Wedge King

/// Great!

/// Great!

Olin Aluminium ad of 1959 /// I love this perspective

Olin Aluminium ad of 1959 /// I love this perspective

Waldi. Munich ‘72 olympic mascot by legendary Otl Aicher /// Wonderful german minimalism. How radical is this compared with mascots of the last decade. I prefer an oldschool…

Waldi. Munich ‘72 olympic mascot by legendary Otl Aicher /// Wonderful german minimalism. How radical is this compared with mascots of the last decade. I prefer an oldschool…

Scott Belsky’s investment evaluation chart /// 100% true

Scott Belsky’s investment evaluation chart /// 100% true

Jet art by Jaan Evart, Julian Hagen, Daniel Maarleveld /// DIY art

Jet art by Jaan Evart, Julian Hagen, Daniel Maarleveld /// DIY art

/// Olympic Office Games is coming to your office

/// Olympic Office Games is coming to your office

Eco-Resort Pedras Salgadas by Luís Rebelo de Andrade and Diogo Aguiar /// Whiteness, wood and the mirror 

Eco-Resort Pedras Salgadas by Luís Rebelo de Andrade and Diogo Aguiar /// Whiteness, wood and the mirror 

Illustration for the review of Stieg Larsson’s book The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. The New York Times Weekend Section by Cristiana Couceiro /// Love the combination of strict graphic elements and photographs, they make it alive, but still numb.

Illustration for the review of Stieg Larsson’s book The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. The New York Times Weekend Section by Cristiana Couceiro /// Love the combination of strict graphic elements and photographs, they make it alive, but still numb.

n-architektur: ex-rotaprint, berlin Klaus Kirsten Photo via isotype75 /// Form proportions rules

n-architektur: ex-rotaprint, berlin Klaus Kirsten Photo via isotype75 /// Form proportions rules

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George Bernard Shaw
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