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Powers of 10

Did you know that today was the Powers of 10 Day? I highly recommend watching the film made by Ray and Charles Eames, if you have never seen it. And if you have - watch it again. The ideas are powerful and amazing, more so given the level of technology at the time. The DVD from Amazon also has a short film made by their son documenting the studio, their massive collections and how it was taken apart, catalogued and donated to the Library of Congress. Amazing collections - makes me feel like I really don't have as much stuff as I think I have compared to the Eames.

And tomorrow (today for non-pacific timers) is a palindrome :: 101101

Posted by erin at 10:56 PM | in History


I was wondering if anyone could help me out with a question that i've been trying to answer. I am trying to find out when the term 'Graphic Design' was founded and by whom/why? I believe the term dates to 1956, however that is all that i have been able to locate even after rather extensive research. Also, I was wondering if I am correct in that the first true work refered to as 'GD' was M.C. Escher's Hand-drawing-Hand work(?). If anyone could help he out with this it would be greatly appreciated. Please contact me by email.
Thank you,

Posted by david at November 24, 2002 03:14 AM

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