Tag Archives: Visual Culture

Aesthetics of Everyday, Part One: Maira Kalman

04 January 2012 Lens: Pens: Our lives are filled, stuffed really, with the mundane and ordinary. But I am convinced that much of what we do not “see” is really more intriguing and substantial. Be it: a row of cars, … Continue reading

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The Illustration in Our New, New Visual Culture

10 November 2011 Lens: View looking down at the foldout pages of illustrators Milton Glaser and Jean Michel Folon’s The Conversation (1983). Experiments in Night Photography Pens: History demonstrates our affinity for drawing the world as we interpret it. Those human … Continue reading

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