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About EOA5, part 2

mspandrew:

Now to address the substance of the animation.

It is not only long, it is dense. As dense as most other animations, while subjecting you to many more raw minutes of this rapid fire data. The events are portrayed nonlinearly. They shift focus between different sessions, planets, and universes, zooming into and out of them, showing them shrink, teleport, or explode spectacularly. We jump to points in a character’s chronology in the future, in the past, and examine frames of reference where chronology has no meaning. This animation is cerebrally challenging to follow. But your understanding of it will be in direct proportion to how well you understood the whole story up to this point. If you followed everything, and remember the key facts, there’s a very good chance you understood everything in the animation easily.

So, let’s take a closer look at what there is to understand.

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beingblog:

Hey, this photo triggered the fact that we may be traveling to Turkey this summer for a production trip. Now I’m excited all over again! Thansk, Condenast Traveler:

Istanbul’s Lush Life | Hagia Sophia

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thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: Golf by @5a5a5a on Instagram

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On Type, On Line

wolffolinsblog:

Chad Mazzola of hellohappy.org has inspired us this morning. Click the image below to see his showcase of the best typefaces from the Google web fonts directory. 

More examples will be added over time. Watch his repo on Github or follow him on Twitter.

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ourrisd:

A foldable structure from the RISD Edna Lawrence Nature Lab Loeb Collection — one of many perfect examples of a STEAM approach. When I first saw this structure, it reminded me of one of the walking structures available from sodaplay. -JM

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