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14 Trompe l’Oeil Examples That Will Blow Your Mind

This post was originally published on this siteJohn Pugh, a creator of trompe l’Oeil optical illusion murals, has said, “It seems almost universal that people take delight in being visually tricked.” He has a point. Consider the popularity of the infamous “Is That Dress White and Gold or Blue and …

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6 Visual Merchandising Examples That Drive Sales

This post was originally published on this siteDesigning window displays is like creating content. If you write a formulaic blog post packed with clichés, it won’t resonate with your audience. Similarly, if you plop a standard mannequin dressed in a seasonal outfit in your window display, it won’t persuade anyone …

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Letters and numbers

This post was originally published on this siteIf you make serial numbers or passwords, don’t use 0 or o or 1 or l. Simply skip them as options. If you want people to remember something, don’t mix letters and numbers together. If you want people to be able to type …

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Letters and numbers

This post was originally published on this siteIf you make serial numbers or passwords, don’t use 0 or o or 1 or l. Simply skip them as options. If you want people to remember something, don’t mix letters and numbers together. If you want people to be able to type …

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Inadequacy on parade

This post was originally published on this siteA never-ending stream of pictures. People who are prettier than you, happier than you, more confident than you. Weddings that are fancier than yours was, with sun-dappled trees, luscious desserts and delighted relatives. Or perhaps it’s the status updates from everyone who is …

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Inadequacy on parade

This post was originally published on this siteA never-ending stream of pictures. People who are prettier than you, happier than you, more confident than you. Weddings that are fancier than yours was, with sun-dappled trees, luscious desserts and delighted relatives. Or perhaps it’s the status updates from everyone who is …

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“Zeige Deine Wunde” (show me your wound)

This post was originally published on this siteJoseph Beuys didn’t make pretty art. When I was 12, I saw an exhibit he had at the Guggenheim in NY. As its centerpiece was a 3,000 pound block of lard, wrapped in felt. It was bizarre, it smelled a bit and forty …

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“Zeige Deine Wunde” (show me your wound)

This post was originally published on this siteJoseph Beuys didn’t make pretty art. When I was 12, I saw an exhibit he had at the Guggenheim in NY. As its centerpiece was a 3,000 pound block of lard, wrapped in felt. It was bizarre, it smelled a bit and forty …

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