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The 20 Most Beautiful Children’s Books of All Time

The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time

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Paper Goods – Meet the Artist: Junzo Terada

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Biographies of historical figures for children, flaws and all

Josephine: The Dazzling Life of Josephine Baker by Patricia Hruby Powell, illustrated by Christian Robinson. | 26 Children's Books That Celebrate Black History

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10 of the Best Holiday Books You Probably Haven’t Read

The Box of Delights (New York Review Children's Collection) by John Masefield. $13.69. 312 pages. Author: John Masefield. Series - New York Review Children's Collection. Reading level: Ages 9 and up. Publisher: NYR Children's Collection (October 23, 2007)

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"it looks so happy" googley-eyes on Roomba

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This bastard was smirking at me for hours: pic.twitter.com/2mYrSaZLvP

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Interacting with a World of Connected Objects — Product Club

"Just made some toast! LOL" -- very funny illo by @tomcoates in "Interacting with a World of Connected Objects"

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the haunches in this G.E. image are weirdly human-like

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Codex Seraphinianus: History’s Most Bizarre and Beautiful Encyclopedia, Brought Back to Life

Codex Seraphinianus: Luigi Serafini: In 1976, Italian artist, architect, and designer Luigi Serafini, only 27 at the time, set out to create an elaborate encyclopedia of imaginary objects and creatures "Codex Seraphinianus" is resurrected in a lavish new edition by Rizzoli

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14 Paintings That Revolutionized Art

Johannes Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" 1665). subtle changes of light and focus seems to anticipate photography: some features appear in focus, while others seem out of focus, and objects are depicted with a foreshortening that resembles that seen in photographs.

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The Creepy Victorian-Era Stuffed Rabbits and Squirrels of ‘Walter Potter’s Curious World of Taxidermy’

5 | The Insane Victorian Taxidermy Of Walter Potter | Co.Design | business design

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Calling All Book Nerds: Here's Your Chance To See 'The Goldfinch' Painting In Real Life

Carel Fabritius-1622-1654 The Goldfinch 1654. One of my favourite paintings - it is at the centre of the new Donna Tartt book - The Goldfinch.