Daily Archives: October 11, 2009

Evolution of car logos

From Neatorama comes this real cool article about the evolution and origins of some famous European car logos:

This article should come in handy the next time you’re stuck in traffic: have you ever wondered why the Audi in front of you has a logo of four interlocked rings? Did you know that Volkswagen was Hitler’s idea?

Let’s take a look at the fascinating stories behind the logos of some of the most popular cars in the world:

Alfa Romeo

 

Source: Cartype

Source: Cartype

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Kyoto Expressions

Ransome Chua

On a recent trip to Kyoto, and literally shooting from the hip – well, with an Apple iphone 3G actually – I found this ancient yet modern Japanese city expressing its charms in many ways and more than once.

© Ransome Chua

© Ransome Chua

© Ransome Chua

© Ransome Chua

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How do we make sense of images?

American photographer Fritz Hoffmann, moved to Shanghai in 1995 to chronicle change in China and stayed for 13 years. With Shanghai as his base, the respected international photojournalist traveled throughout each of China’s provinces and municipalities while on assignment for international media. Hoffman’s impactful photographic reportage behind China’s ‘bamboo curtain’ has made an important contribution to world understanding of modern China.

 

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