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Wonky movie posters as drawn by illustrator Faye Moorhouse

Occasionally, when you happen across a particularly good one, looking at a series of work by an illustrator feels like glimpsing the world through …

The Holocaust film that was too shocking to show

Photograph: Peter Stackpole/The Life Picture Collection/Getty Images<p>Alfred Hitchcock in 1939.<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/1/9/1420820797055/6aee9df2-2852-4f84-8d63-4d864a601c28-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Peter Stackpole/The Life Picture Collection/Getty …

4 Tips for Getting Seriously Healthy

November 30, 2014<p><i>How serious are you about getting seriously healthy?</i><p><b>by Robert Thompson, M.D</b><p>Salt is Good for You, Calcium Supplements are Bad, and …

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Artist : Jane Beata © Posted by Humam

Direk Kingnok Watercolor - Sampeng Market, Bangkok 36 x 50 cm. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Direk-Kingnok-Watercolor-artist/157671970976244 Posted by Lara

Off the Blacklist: The Films of Jan Němec

Jan Němec’s first three features—made in a creative flurry between 1964 and 1967—are pared-down, taut, fatless movies. Taken together, they …

Literature

Danish poster for EUROPA ’51 (Roberto Rossellini, Italy, 1952)

Danish poster for <b>EUROPA ’51</b> (Roberto Rossellini, Italy, 1952)<p>Designer: Stilling [see also]<p>Ingrid Bergman was born on this day in 1915 and died on this day in 1982.

Into the Morass - Film Comment

If they held a pageant for most dyspeptic film of the 1940s, King Vidor’s <i>Beyond the Forest</i> (49) would have been a shoo-in finalist, and Bette Davis …

Literature

Graphic Design: A look at the most striking identities for this year's student shows

With more fantastically designed invitations flying through our door than we knew what to do with recently, we decided to compile a list of our …

Graphic Design

Artist Alec Huxley puts cinema in canvas form to devastating effect

If every-day life is lacking drama for you – and let’s face it Tuesday probably <i>is</i> the most boring day of the week, even if <i>The Hairy Bikers</i> are on TV …

Film Posters

Illustration: Lisbon-based illustrator Lapo's series In Paris is almost too lovely

Lapo is almost too charming for words. The Lisbon-based illustrator was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at London’s Central Saint Martins before …

Rio De Janeiro

Graphic Design: Film collective I Owe Youth's engaging printed storyboards

Great ideas are all well and good, but the creative process relies in no small part on the ability to sell those ideas to others (Stefan Sagmeister …

Graphic Design

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1922 Photo: Claude Monet Stands on the Japanese Footbridge He Painted Through the Years

The late-1800’s European fascination with things Japanese sometimes bordered on the collection of Orientalist kitsch. At the height of French …

Interview: Sophie Letourneur

Shadowing three flighty femmes through the fêtes of the Locarno Film Festival, Sophie Letourneur’s <i>Les Coquillettes</i> has drawn critical comparisons to …

Film Festivals

On the Red Couch with Author Gretchen Rubin

Inside Flipboard / July 11, 2013<p>It’s been four years since author Gretchen Rubin published The Happiness Project, a book in which she studies …

A Brief History of the To-Do List and the Psychology of Its Success

“The list is the origin of culture,” Umberto Eco famously proclaimed. (Leonardo da Vinci, John Lennon, and Woody Guthrie would have all agreed.) But the list, it turns out, might also be the origin of both our highest happiness and our dreariest dissatisfaction. So argue <i>New York Times</i> science …

How to Change the Font Size of Messages in iOS 6

- Jul 13, 2013<p>I don’t know about you, but my eyes are not what they used to be. I’ve worked my way up (down?) to progressive bifocal glasses, and …

You can be the Audiophiliac for a day

The Audiophiliac blog is almost six years old. I've written about everything from Spotify to dynamic range compression; from atrocious sounding music to the 30-year-old iPod; from the man with 230 turntables to 3D printing LPs and even a guy who makes boom boxes out of old suitcases, (not to …

The 10 best sea pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/culture/gallery/2013/jul/13/10-best-sea-pictures<p>720<p>From Da Vinci's imagined Italian coastline to Turner's abstractions – …

Milton Caniff. (Patrick Illustratiste Peintureur PimentelL'Illustrateur, via Ives Arnold.)

Printed Matter - Interview Magazine

ABOVE: JEANS (FROM LEFT): ETOILE ISABEL MARANT, STELLA McCARTNEY, ACNE STUDIOS, 7 FOR ALL MANKIND,DIESEL BLACK GOLD, KENZO, AND J BRAND. STYLING: …

Acne Studios

Live the Questions: Rilke on Embracing Uncertainty and Doubt as a Stabilizing Force

Jacqueline Novogratz’s wonderful commencement address reminded me of a favorite passage from <b>Letters to a Young Poet</b> (<i>public library</i>) by <b>Rainer Maria Rilke</b> (December 4, 1875–December 29, 1926). In this thoroughly elevating modern classic, the beloved poet makes a beautiful case for the importance of …

How Clutter Affects Your Brain (and What You Can Do About It)

A few years ago, I worked at a web design agency as a product manager. The part of the job I loved the most was working on product with our design …

Joan Didion on Keeping a Notebook

As a lover — and keeper — of diaries and notebooks, I find myself returning again and again to the question of what compels us — what propels us — to record our impressions of the present moment in all their fragile subjectivity. From <b>Joan Didion’</b>s 1968 anthology <b>Slouching Towards Bethlehem</b> (<i>public</i> …

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