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Sign Of The Times: A Minimal Nativity Scene For A More Secular XmasData Viz Wiz Ben Fry Reconstructs “Frankenstein” Using 55,000 Font FragmentsIn Praise Of The Heroic ClientIn Paris, A Zany Artificial Garden For Kids (And Their Designy Parents)Jack Daniel’s Gets A (Mild) FaceliftAustin’s Power: The Texas Capital Is A Model For Clean Power AdoptionNBC And Pan Am Designers On How They Made Some Of The World’s Most Iconic Logos3 Keys To Creating Great “Good Places”“Divide” Keeps Your Work And Personal Life Separate On Your PhoneInfographic Of The Day: A Visual Genealogy Of The Airline BusinessWhat Happens To War Photography When You Scrub Out All The War?The History of Motion Graphics Is Longer Than You Think [Video]Lego’s iPhone App: A Brilliant Mix Of Physical And Digital PlayWho’s The Guy Honored In Today’s Gumby-Themed Google Doodle?Artist Turns iPhone Swipes Into Fancy Finger PaintingsDenmark’s New Rock Museum Is Cooler Than Our Rock Lets You Hack Together Web Apps, Without Coding Skills3-D Face Replicas That Put Madame Tussaud To ShameInfographic Of The Day: A Visual Taxonomy Of Every Chocolate Candy, EverHave We Become Food Spectators?An App That Lets You Watch CERN’s Particle Collider — LiveArt Spiegelman Peels Back The Process That Produced His Masterpiece, “Maus”There Are Three Types Of Innovation. Here’s How To Manage ThemThe Scientific Secrets To Designing The Perfect Racing Video GameInfographic Of The Day: The Fantasy Sports Economy Is Rip-RoaringR.E.M.’s New Album Cover Is A Shiny, Happy Animated GIF!Black Irish: Emerald Isle Designers Reveal Their Dark Side [Slideshow]Nike’s New Thermo-Molded Sneakers Are Like Sculptures For Your FeetInfographic Of The Day: Which Ivy League School Best Suits You?Would You Play A Video Game About Kerning?A Surreal Warehouse Filled With 110,000 Old Package And Product DesignsSuwappu: An App That Generates Holographic Movies Around Real ToysOlaf Hajek’s Wallpaper Turns Hotel Rooms Into A Wild CircusAn Incandescent Bulb That Lives Entirely On Your Computer Screen