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Rosa Stacheldraht

»[…] Ein Logo macht keine Menschenrechte, ebenso wenig wie Political Correctness soziale Ungerechtigkeiten löst. Wir leben in einer politsch immer »korrekteren« Welt, und haben eine wirtschaftliche Ungleichheit wie seit Jahrzehnten nicht mehr, mit den gleichen Barrieren wie eh und je – nur ist der Stacheldraht heute rosa angepinselt. Ein Logo ist insofern reine Symbolpolitik – … Continue reading

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«That Man» by Caro Emerald

„Saul-Bass-ic“-like Animated Music Clip in Swing … «That Man» by Caro Emerald from PLANET X FX

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Facebook Notes, No. 5687689

«[…] Facebook has told me I have too many friends and fan pages. […] My reward for contributing significantly to Facebook’s content and networks is that I can never add another friend or fan another page (although anyone can add me as a friend). […]» — Jeffrey Zeldman, «Friend limit reached»

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Facebook Notes, No. 5687458

«[…] as a designer, it bothers me, not only because badly designed things bother designers, but because badly designed things in a highly successful product spur a lust for imitation. I don’t want our clients to think “like” works. I don’t want them desiring similarly broken functionality on sites we design for them. I don’t … Continue reading

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this week ain’t over yet …

… and the creative input is already amazing. On wednesday I went to the very great and essential exhibition «Heroes, Freaks, and Super-Rabbis — The Jewish Dimension of Comic Art», on friday afternoon I spend the afternoon in Potsdam at the HPI School of Design Thinking for the final presentation of the last 12-weeks-project and … Continue reading

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pol·len |ˈpälən| noun a fine powdery substance, typically yellow, consisting of microscopic grains discharged from the male part of a flower or from a male cone. Each grain contains a male gamete that can fertilize the female ovule, to which pollen is transported by the wind, insects, or other animals. ORIGIN mid 18th cent.: from … Continue reading

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