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Stefan Sagmeister is a designer who has been following his instinct and intuition to the fullest, having gained recognition for his unique, and often provocative, visual explorations. It’s possibly his very personal and almost self-centric way to design that leads…

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Surprise: The Banner Ad Turns 20 and Keeps on Going

A Look Back at the Polarizing Ad Unit's Biggest Moments Oct. 27, 1994 HotWired, the online version of Wired magazine, runs the first-ever banner ad. "Have you ever clicked your mouse right HERE?" the ad asked. "YOU WILL" it answered.…

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I find myself saying this repeatedly in furniture features: all it takes is one spectacular piece to make a room. A chair. Lamp. Rug. Staircase. Or in this case, a table. Something so eye-catching that it doesn't matter if all…

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30 Years Of Music Photography By Josh Cheuse

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Images Of Nature Reclaiming The Land From Human Civilization

T ry as we might humanity cannot take over the natural world for long- eventually nature fights back, and for the most part wins, despite our extremely destructive efforts. It’s humbling and gratifying to see the natural world overcoming the…

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