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this isn't happiness.™ Peter Nidzgorski, tumblr

this isn't happiness.™ Peter Nidzgorski, tumblr

Hermine on walk | Fashion Illustrations + Fashion Collagen hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest.

Hermine on walk | Fashion Illustrations + Fashion Collagen hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest.

Vintage French Medical Anatomy Fold Out Doll Diagram Chart of The Human Body Skeleton. via Etsy.

Vintage French Medical Anatomy Fold Out Doll Diagram Chart of The Human Body Skeleton

Vintage French Medical Anatomy Fold Out Doll Diagram Chart of The Human Body Skeleton. via Etsy.

Fritz Kahn's Whimsical Infographics Turn People Into Contraptions

Fritz Kahn's Whimsical Infographics Turn People Into Contraptions

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Fritz Kahn’s Striking Illustrations of the Human Body as a Machine

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Fritz Kahn's Cybernetic Body Art Is Like Terminator Circa 1920

Fritz Kahn's Cybernetic Body Art Is Like Terminator Circa 1920

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ilustrador franco-japonês Hugo Yoshikawa resolveu personalizar as letras do alfabeto usando prédios e monumentos famosos de 26 cidades europeias. Os pontos turísticos se sobrepõem uns aos outros em cada letra, criando um efeito bold ‘colagem’ que capta a essência de cada cidade retratada. As ilustrações estão expostas na galeria de arte Tokyu, em Tóquio.  Confira o trabalho de Yoshikawa; qual a sua letra favorita?

ilustrador franco-japonês Hugo Yoshikawa resolveu personalizar as letras do alfabeto usando prédios e monumentos famosos de 26 cidades europeias. Os pontos turísticos se sobrepõem uns aos outros em cada letra, criando um efeito bold ‘colagem’ que capta a essência de cada cidade retratada. As ilustrações estão expostas na galeria de arte Tokyu, em Tóquio. Confira o trabalho de Yoshikawa; qual a sua letra favorita?

"The posters and illustrations that Kahn commissioned in the 1930s were meant to explain the complex workings of the body in intuitively understandable diagrams. For Kahn, the obvious analogies for bodily processes were the latest electronic and mechanical systems, which, in his images, tend to rely on miniature human workers, or more bizarre concepts."

"The posters and illustrations that Kahn commissioned in the 1930s were meant to explain the complex workings of the body in intuitively understandable diagrams. For Kahn, the obvious analogies for bodily processes were the latest electronic and mechanical systems, which, in his images, tend to rely on miniature human workers, or more bizarre concepts."

A totally fact of life! “Most people aren’t actually anti social. They choose to be alone because they hate spending time with stupid people.”

A totally fact of life! “Most people aren’t actually anti social. They choose to be alone because they hate spending time with stupid people.”

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