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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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Breaking Bread Between Cultures

08/07/2020 food & beverages

The Breaking Bread of Cultures

From tropical meals prepared for hungry travelers to cooking classes offered by refugees, whether in Berlin or Brooklyn, the culinary world abounds with people driven by the same desire: to build stronger communities and span cultures and generations through the time-honored tradition of getting strangers to break bread together.
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Ishita Malaviya Is India’s Rising Tide

07/07/2020 Escape travel

Ishita Malaviya Is India’s Rising Tide

One in a billion: sowing surf culture with India’s first recognized female surfer, Ishita Malaviya is creating waves on a global scale. One of the most exciting names in the sport with a unique personality to match, we delve into her story as told through She Surf.
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Ride Scotland’s North Coast 500

03/07/2020 Escape

Ride Scotland’s Romantic Highlands

The Highlands are remote and temperate, a boon for nature watchers. Red deer travel these lands at dusk and dawn, with sheep and other livestock appearing mutely by the roadside with regularity; keep your eyes peeled for the hairy Heilan coo, an often dun-colored local cow. Guy Weress guides a magical journey through Highlands as told in Ride Out!
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A Story of Numbers

01/07/2020 Little Gestalten

A Story of Numbers

Moving between the fantastical world of numbers, science, and expressive artistry—Daniela Olejníková has an illustrative style that was informed by her creative youth in Bratislava, Slovakia. Scientist parents and an endless supply of books influenced a whimsical style that bridges fact and fiction, which is displayed beautifully in our new Little Gestalten book.
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Saving The Oceans

29/06/2020 Escape travel

A New Wave of Surfing Sustainability

Cornwall-based Finisterre has set out to tackle the plastic choking our oceans—a global phenomenon that they are committed to solving through their innovative approach to outdoor clothing development. The cold water surfing brand discusses sustainable practices in The New Outsiders.
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