Also further reminder Buster Keaton was a mad man.
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@fabiobene writes: I was walking picturing each car as colors, patterns and characters. Then I decided to try it as an animation. I hope you like it. ⠀ ⠀ my review: This is lovely and and pretty just in the right way. I am very much in love with the pushing of minor every day events onto a pedestal in design, and you show a very sweet strategy on how to do that. Thank you!⠀ ⠀ If you want your project reviewed within this space, email me a square jpeg or mov file on white or black background, do include your IG address. Please do not send in designs based on the work of another designer. ⠀ StefanSagmeisterig@gmail.com
A real yin, and yang type situation here.
Friendly reminder, if you had RoseArt instead of Crayola you're parents didn't love you.
The history of the poster hasn’t been propelled by the visions of individual artists. Rather, it is a story of collective consciousness, the types of messages, desires, or dreams that circulate in society. https://t.co/BEPJq8C5gA— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) July 21, 2019
I'd never really considered this or the rise of them and what propelled it but fascinating no less.