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semaev:

Hello Bananá 

(by Carlos García)

A project that will show the art of preparing Colombian fruits. An illustrated guide about mixing fruits with yogurt, ice cream and some vegetables to create incredible flavors. This is the cover design and poster. I hope you enjoy. 

Un proyecto que mostrará el arte de preparar las frutas colombianas. Una guía ilustrada de mezclas de frutas con yogurt, helado y algunos vegatales para crear increibles sabores. Este es el diseño de su portada y afiche. Espero lo disfruten.

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newyorker:

On average, people in Japan live longer than people anywhere else in the world, and they live longer in the city of Nagano than in anywhere else in Japan. A look at James Whitlow Delano’s photographs.

Top: The Nakajima family takes a lunch break in their apple orchard, Wakaho, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Bottom: The ninety-six-year-old Mr. Kazu, a veteran of the Second World War, Nakano, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Photographs by James Whitlow Delano.

newyorker:

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As Burger King pursues a global market, will Tim Hortons lose its Canadian image? Vauhini Vara considers:

"The Canadian image hasn’t done much to help Tim Hortons win over customers in the U.S. And one imagines that it would be even less likely to translate in farther-flung countries whose residents know—and care—little about Canadian culture."

Photograph by Richard Drew/AP

newyorker:

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Patrick House discusses the experiences of those cured of blindness with M.I.T. professor Pawan Sinha:

"Sinha believes these first moments for the newly sighted are blurry, incoherent, and saturated by brightness—like walking into daylight with dilated pupils—and swirls of colors that do not make sense as shapes or faces or any kind of object."

Photograph by Paul Fusco/Magnum

newyorker:

The International Center of Photography, in a joint effort with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, now offers digital access to its Roman Vishniac archive. Take a look at some of his work, which documents Eastern European Jewish life between 1935 and 1938.

Top: An elder of the village, Vysni Apsa, Carpathian Ruthenia, c. 1935–38. Bottom: Students sharing books in heder, Brod, c. 1935–38. Photographs © Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography.