When unknown photographer Carleton E. Watkins first captured the majesty of Yosemite Park in 1861, little did he know that those images would inspire President Abraham Lincoln to change the course of environmental history forever.

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A heartening transaction of literary pleasure.

Given my well-documented soft spot for all things Maurice Sendak and for rare vintage out-

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In the late 70s, Haas Type Foundry commissioned Team ’77 to create a new sans-serif that combined the great qualities of Helvetica, Univers and Akzidenz Grotesk. They came up with Unica, which was released in 1980.

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Patrick McNeil offers 25 examples of excellent, trendy web typography—including hand-drawn type, script fonts and slab serif typefaces.

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Who was Massimo Vignelli and what was he famous for? Check out this short biography of the famous Designer with his work, quotes and books for reference.

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MCAD software produces designs that feature slick geometry, tight arcs, perfectly straight lines, and, of course, stylish, rounded edges. Designers and enginee

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On his expertly curated site eyseaposters.com, James Dyer has amassed an impressive array of Polish film and political posters by the likes of Wiktor Gorka, Waldemar Swierzy, Andrzej Krajewski, Franciszek Starowieyski, and Jerzy Flisak.

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