About five o’clock in the afternoon.
It’s nearly twelve o’clock.
At about nine o’clock at night.
The Kennedy assassination 50 years Later. Washington Post’s illustration.
The Year Before I.
Illustration for The Atlantic Magazine. Is there really such a thing as a “Workaholic”? ”There’s still no medical definition, but psychologists try their best to separate dedicated employees from true addicts.”
Graphic Portugal. Walls and floors. Flipagram made with instagram photos.
Then again evening darkened the room III. B&W. Pattern.
Then again evening darkened the room II. B&W.
Spotted this two postcards at the flea market. Designed by A. Mota, probably in the early 1960s, to promote tourism in Leiria, a region known as Rota do Sol.
Stamps designed by Sebastião Rodrigues for the International Quiet Sun Year - an international cooperative effort, to study the sun and its terrestrial and planetary effects during the 11-year cycle of solar activity. 1964.
Edward Snowden fired by Booz Allen after admitting leak. Washington Post’s Illustration.
The Important Questions I.
Vasco Santana Theater, Lisbon. Typographic remains of a golden era.
Tennis, Trigonometry and Tornadoes, illustration for David Foster Walllace’s essay. Published in Déports, a french magazine that looks and feels like a book, by the amazing team of Feuilleton.
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Scaffold theme by Mike Harding.