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(1) President Abraham Lincoln, who had depression
(2) Writer Virginia Woolf, who had bipolar disorder
(3) Artist Vincent Van Gogh, who had bipolar disorder
(4) Writer Sylvia Plath, who had depression
(5) Mathematician John Nash (from A Brilliant Mind), who had schizophrenia

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drawingarchitecture:

"Invisible Cities"
Julian Vassallo

drawingarchitecture:

"Invisible Cities"

Julian Vassallo

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fastcompany:

An Awesome Neon Map Of Paris

Francophiles and cartographers would probably agree that it’s impossible to adequately convey the magic of Paris on a flat, lifeless map. But French designer Antoine Corbineau has come close in his newest print—a neon vision of the City of Light that resembles pop-art stained glass. With a tangle of streets in white against buildings in bold pinks, yellows, and reds, you can try to use this map for navigation, but you’d probably be better off hanging it on the wall.

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sagansense:

Powerful & creative imagery

via nessthebeautifulmess

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codex seraphinianus
in the late 70s italian architect, illustrator and industrial designer Luigi serafini made a book, an encyclopedia of unknown, parallel world. It is written in an unknown language, using an unknown alphabet

codex seraphinianus

in the late 70s italian architect, illustrator and industrial designer Luigi serafini made a book, an encyclopedia of unknown, parallel world. It is written in an unknown language, using an unknown alphabet

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Philosopher’s Minimalism by Genís Carreras

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"Life is a shitstorm, in which art is our only umbrella"

Mario Vargas Llosa

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jessbennett:

Fifty years ago today, on June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law, requiring men and women be paid equally for equal work. Argue the statistics whichever way you want, but the pay gap persists. White women earn, on average, 77 cents to the white male dollar. Black woman earn 69 cents, and Latina women earn 57 cents. (Infographic by the lovely Emily Nemens for LeanIn.Org.)

jessbennett:

Fifty years ago today, on June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law, requiring men and women be paid equally for equal work. Argue the statistics whichever way you want, but the pay gap persists. White women earn, on average, 77 cents to the white male dollar. Black woman earn 69 cents, and Latina women earn 57 cents. (Infographic by the lovely Emily Nemens for LeanIn.Org.)

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