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24 Hours of Le Moon

03/08/2020 Escape visual culture

24 Hours of Le Moon

After 24 hours of driving 4,607.811 kilometers, 343 laps, and through the gears of emotion, a 580 hp 917 KH sports car raced past the finish line and into the history books. On 14 June 1970, Porsche entered the elite club of Le Mans winners. Inspired by the golden jubilee of Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood's Porsche victory at Le Mans, Automobilist created six posters with the theme “Past Meets Future.”
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A Portrait of a Mountain on Fire

28/07/2020 travel visual culture

A Portrait of a Mountain on Fire

The belt of the Ukrainian Carpathians was a plateau rich with rivers, seasonal fauna and flora, and wildlife. But human exploitation of the land is visibly changing the landscape beyond recognition. Ukrainian photography duo Synchrodogs have developed a visual message that hopes to bring awareness to the vanishing Carpathian panorama.
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Books and all that Jazz

21/07/2020 architecture & interior visual culture

Books and all that Jazz

The shelves and tables of the Jazzhole are piled with Nigerian and international fiction, antique treasures, and specialist publications. Coffee-table books, comics, and fashion magazines complete the section. The analog concoction of records and reading have created a refreshing, calming break from the bustling streets outside. Step inside a literature wonder in the heart of Lagos.
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Ripe for Exploitation

14/07/2020 Escape travel visual culture

Ripe for Exploitation

The cornerstone of brunch and ubiquitous in trendy cafés, the avocado's climb to stardom this millennium has been of Biblical proportions. They evolved to become a mainstream staple on the kitchen tables, but a consumer hunger has shed light on an environmental emergency unfolding across some of the world's most biodiverse forests. We find out more about a developing crisis high in the mountains of the Dominican Republic.
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The Social Graphics Wave

13/07/2020 design & fashion visual culture

The Social Graphics Wave

Nowadays, the cornucopia of graphics seems like a given. However, it was not so long ago that infographics were scarce and lived in closed ecosystems. The majority of graphics were published in newspapers, magazines, or books, and only after they had passed through various loops of editorial vetting. They were expensive to produce, print, and distribute, and there were only a few professionals with the skills and experience needed to create them. Javier Zarracina explains how the situation through his experience at Vox.com.
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Requiem For a Bygone Dream by Filip Hodas

04/06/2020 design & fashion visual culture

Requiem For a Bygone Dream

Five years ago Hodas embarked on a solo, self-assigned challenge to create one new 3D renders every day. His viral ‘Pop Culture Dystopia’ shows run­down concrete structures larger than life, defunct fossils in post-apocalyptic environments. The series became a viral social media sensation and created a space for him to develop the work further. The Prague-based artist discusses his work in more detail.
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