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Jacques Bertin was a real innovator in the visualization of data.

Jacques Bertin was a real innovator in the visualization of data.

Charles and Ray Eames introduce their legendary lounge chair on daytime TV, 1956 | Dangerous Minds

America Meets Charles and Ray Eames. Arlene Francis, host of NBC's "Home" show, introduced Charles and Ray to television audiences in along with their iconic design Lounge Chair and Ottoman.

“I believe that every designer has to have personal projects—it’s the only way to grow and find a unique voice. At any given point in time, I’m working on an independent project in the studio and that’s very important to me—it’s what defines me as a designer.” - Louise Fili // The Great Discontent

Louise Fili on The Great Discontent (TGD)

20 inspiring quotes from designers, illustrators, photographers & filmmakers at Adobe Max 2015

Kanae Yamamoto

Kanae Yamamoto, painter & printmaker, 1882 - See his 'Woman of Brittany.

James ‘Ginger’ Lacey brought down more German aircraft than anyone else during the Battle of Britain with a tally of 18. In July 1940 he was awarded a parachute and scarf in recognition of his actions in bringing down a Heinkel which had bombed Buckingham Palace. He is photographed wearing the parachute and scarf made specially for him. The scarf bore all the names of the workers in Australia who made the parachute for him.

James ‘Ginger’ Lacey brought down more German aircraft than anyone else during the Battle of Britain with a tally of In July 1940 he wa

Rich Silverstein of GS&P invites us to enter the Age of Reason. Makes a lot of sense, actually.

The Age of Reason - Rich Silverstein Partner, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

The Allies' first air ace of WW2, New Zealander Flying Officer Edgar. ("Cobber") Kain was one of the greatest legends of the first year of the war. His successes in the air, coupled with his warm personality and charm, made him the media's favourite airman of late 1939 and early 1940.    He served with No. 73 Squadron, RAF, in France, where he is officially credited with shooting down 14 German aircraft between November 1939 and June 1940.

The Allies' first air ace of New Zealander Flying Officer Edgar. ("Cobber") Kain was one of the greatest legends of the first year of the war.

andrew lundwall's done it again

andrew lundwall's done it again

ParaNorman, Behind The Scenes - YouTube

Travis Knight makes his living playing with dolls. Knight is the president and CEO of Laika, the animation studio famous for creating the stop-motion movies .

Major James Goodson (1921-May 1, 2014) destroyed 30 enemy aircraft, the third most for any American pilot. He survived the September 3, 1939 sinking of the unarmed British passenger ship SS Athenia, and he flew fighters as a member of an RAF Eagle Squadron made up of American volunteers before the U.S. entered the war. He later joined the U.S. Army Air Force. In June 1944, he was shot down and captured but escaped and made his way back to Allied lines. Note both his RAF and U.S. wings.

Major James Goodson destroyed 30 enemy aircraft, the third…

Rita Levi-Montalcini | The Economist  Defied her father by going to University  Despite losing her job due to being an Italian Jew, continued her research using her bedroom as a laboratory  Lived underground during Germany's 1943 Invasion of italy  Discovered Nerve Growth FActor  Awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine  Lived and worked in science and politics beyond the age of 100  1909-2012

Rita Levi-Montalcini

ITALY: Rita Levi-Montalcini was an Italian neurologist who, together with colleague Stanley Cohen, received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of nerve growth factor. influential women in history dolls

Kehinde Wiley and Andre Leon Tally @ Scad - YouTube

Kehinde Wiley and Andre Leon Tally @ Scad

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