실패 할 수 없는 10가지 폰트 조합
1. Georgia & Verdana : 웹 표준
2. Helvetica (Bold) & Garamond : 클래식
3. Bodoni & Futura : 패션 매거진
4. Franklin Gothic (Demi) & Baskerville
5. Caslon (Bold) & Univers (Light) : 디피용
6. Frutiger (Bold) & Minion : 가독성
7. Minion (Bold) & Myriad
8. Gill Sans (Bold) & Garamond
9. Clarendon & Trade Gothic : 깔끔, 유행타지 않음
10. Avenir & Minion
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Photograph by Tierney Gearon
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Tierney Gearon, an acclaimed Los Angeles-based photographer, often casts her children as subjects, sometimes to much outcry. In 2001, her “I Am a Camera” exhibition in London sparked controversy, featuring portraits of her two nude children. Now, she’s turning to her children again, producing a book of 26 portraits — one for each letter of the alphabet. Gearon writes for LightBox about her motivations.
Exploring the Fallen Idols of Turkey’s Mount Nemrut
For more photos and videos from Mount Nemrut, explore the Nemrut Dağı | Mount Nemrut location page.
In the mountainous southeastern region of Turkey, one peak stands out above the rest. Nemrut Dağı, or Mount Nemrut, ascends over 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) into the sky, and at its peak explorers will find the scattered stone heads of what are thought to be ancient gods.
After the fall of the Seleucid Empire in 190 BCE, a host of successors emerged throughout the region surrounding the Taurus mountains. One such successor state, Commagene, ruled over many diverse cultures and religions. Their leader, Antiochus I, brought these beliefs together into a single imperial cult. The monuments at the top of Mount Nemrut depict the various gods in a blend of regional artistic styles and are thought to have adorned the still-undiscovered tomb of Antiochus I.
The statues lie toppled, defaced and strewn about the weathered mountaintop, suggesting that they were purposefully destroyed at the time of Commagene’s fall.
The site was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.
Harbour Aerial Views | Bernhard Lang
SoP - Scale of Environments
Apple’s new Mac Pro may not be released just yet, but Jony Ive and fellow designer Marc Newson have already created an alternate model of the upcoming machine as the latest entry in their high-end charity auction for Red at Sotheby’s. The one-of-a-kind Mac Pro appears to be structurally identical to its standard black, aluminum shape, but as with many products sold for the Red charity, it’s been coated in a bright, candy-apple color that makes it look all the more appealing.