3) François Mitterrand, regard tourné vers la gauche, mise sur la simplicité et la sobriété pour ne pas dire l’austérité du décor industriel, synonyme de modernité à l’époque. L’affiche laisse une large place au texte. Mitterrand veut incarner la jeunesse (49 ans) face au vieillissant De Gaulle et se déclare « le candidat unique de la gauche ».

3) François Mitterrand, regard tourné vers la gauche, mise sur la simplicité et la sobriété pour ne pas dire l’austérité du décor industriel, synonyme de modernité à l’époque. L’affiche laisse une large place au texte. Mitterrand veut incarner la jeunesse (49 ans) face au vieillissant De Gaulle et se déclare « le candidat unique de la gauche ».

Inspiration: 10 décors blancs | CHEZ SOI Photo: ©myscandinavianhome.com | Emily Laye #deco #inspiration #blanc #lumiere #monochrome #decor #scandinave #minimaliste

Inspiration: 10 décors blancs | CHEZ SOI Photo: ©myscandinavianhome.com | Emily Laye #deco #inspiration #blanc #lumiere #monochrome #decor #scandinave #minimaliste

Denis DIDEROT. Encyclopédie. éd. de l’Éclat, 2013. L’article sur l’encyclopédie tiré de l’Ency-clopédie de Diderot et d’Alembert constitue un manifeste pour un savoir libéré des dogmes et des obscurantismes, y compris scientifiques. Il explore la voie d’un savoir ouvert à tous, d’une recherche collective de la vérité, synonyme de liberté.

Denis DIDEROT. Encyclopédie. éd. de l’Éclat, 2013. L’article sur l’encyclopédie tiré de l’Ency-clopédie de Diderot et d’Alembert constitue un manifeste pour un savoir libéré des dogmes et des obscurantismes, y compris scientifiques. Il explore la voie d’un savoir ouvert à tous, d’une recherche collective de la vérité, synonyme de liberté.

«La mesure de la valeur morale d'un homme est son bonheur. Le mieux l'homme, le plus de bonheur. Le bonheur est synonyme de bien-être "(Bruce Lee)

«La mesure de la valeur morale d'un homme est son bonheur. Le mieux l'homme, le plus de bonheur. Le bonheur est synonyme de bien-être "(Bruce Lee)

Set with a dreamy and pristine natural backdrop, Bali, Indonesia is synonymous to heaven, arcadia and utopia. It offers exotic and tropical twist in its definition of a grand vacation or holiday making.  You can discover fantastical and breath-taking seashores with turquoise waters, landscapes, and towering volcanoes with green canopy and coastlines with pagodas.

Set with a dreamy and pristine natural backdrop, Bali, Indonesia is synonymous to heaven, arcadia and utopia. It offers exotic and tropical twist in its definition of a grand vacation or holiday making. You can discover fantastical and breath-taking seashores with turquoise waters, landscapes, and towering volcanoes with green canopy and coastlines with pagodas.

Keri Hilson and her Mom… WOW

Keri Hilson and her Mom… WOW

Shangri-La: The Return to the World of Lost Horizon by Eleanor Cooney & Daniel Altieri -have; yet to read

Shangri-La: The Return to the World of Lost Horizon by Eleanor Cooney & Daniel Altieri -have; yet to read

OFFF, Oeiras - Daily News by This is Pacifica , via Behance

OFFF, Oeiras - Daily News by This is Pacifica , via Behance

Shangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton. Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains. Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise, and particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia – a permanently happy land, isolated from the outside world. In the novel Lost Horizon, the people who live at Shangri-La are almost immortal, living years beyond the normal…

Shangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton. Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains. Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise, and particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia – a permanently happy land, isolated from the outside world. In the novel Lost Horizon, the people who live at Shangri-La are almost immortal, living years beyond the normal…

Why Brave New World is No Longer the Terrifying Dystopia it Used to Be. Intriguing article on Huxley's riveting novel, Brave New World. I have to agree with this writer's perspective - things are changing. And our tech gets stronger and more advanced each day. Huxley's future might not be as far off as we may think.

Why Brave New World is No Longer the Terrifying Dystopia it Used to Be

Why Brave New World is No Longer the Terrifying Dystopia it Used to Be. Intriguing article on Huxley's riveting novel, Brave New World. I have to agree with this writer's perspective - things are changing. And our tech gets stronger and more advanced each day. Huxley's future might not be as far off as we may think.

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