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<p>Twenty-Fifty is a visual exploration of the global food crisis predicted for the year two thousand and fifty – a result of the inability of the earth’s natural resources to meet future demand.The project, created by visual communication designer Gemma Warriner, presents a series of eight data visualization posters, each exposing one primary issue responsible […]</p>

Twenty-Fifty is a visual exploration of the global food crisis predicted for the year two thousand and fifty – a result of the inability of the earth’s natural resources to meet future demand.Created by visual communication designer, Gemma Warriner.

上映イベント『博物館で野外シネマ』が、10月14日と15日に東京・上野の東京国立博物館で開催される。 東京国立博物館とキノ・イグルーの共催によ…

上映イベント『博物館で野外シネマ』が、10月14日と15日に東京・上野の東京国立博物館で開催される。 東京国立博物館とキノ・イグルーの共催によ…

"It's often what an artist chooses to leave out that makes the art interesting. What isn't shown versus what is. It's the same for people: What makes us interesting isn't just what we've experienced, but also what we haven't experienced. The same is true to when you do your work: You must embrace your limitations and keep moving. In the end creativity isn't just the things we choose to put in, it's the things we choose to leave out." Austin Kleon "Steal like an Artist". Posters by Sulki and…

I was re-reading Austin Kleon’s book “Steal like an Artist” over the weekend and the final sentences really stuck with me. He says: ” It’s often what an artist chooses to leave out that makes the art interesting. What isn’t … Continue reading →