What a spectacle

Faking It: A Visual History of 150 Years of Image Manipulation Before Photoshop

Image courtesy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Happy Holidays!

During my winter break, I’ve found the following links interesting:

♥ … like this brief history of spectacles, complete with illustrations.

♥ … and this visual history of 150 years of visual manipulation before Photoshop.

♥ … and this article about the odd, fascinating things people asked librarians before Google. (Personally, these questions seem pretty standard to me. I don’t think things have changed that much. 😉 )

♥ … and this gallery of first-edition books annotated by their authors.

♥ … and finally, I laughed out loud at these recreations of classic paintings using office supplies.

Happy (almost) 2015!

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