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Inspiring Famous Quotes Illustrated With Minimalistic Posters

Inspiring Famous Quotes Illustrated With Minimalistic Posters
52K views 13 days ago by Yabadada Toronto-based web and graphic designer Ryan McArthur gave inspiring quotes by some of the most brilliant minds of our time a second life with his minimalistic poster designs. Humorous, inspiring and strikingly insightful, these quotes take some twisted turns into our minds with McArthur’s playful illustrations. Some of these designs were created with specific quotes in mind, but others found their literary equivalents only after the illustrations were done. Most of the posters are monochromatic and beautifully minimalistic, focusing our attention on the powerful quotes themselves. Source: | Etsy | Facebook Like Dislike 17 points Vote:

Where the magic happens BUREAU SPECTACULAR / Jimenez Lai Chicago, IL 2014 Design: Jimenez Lai Team: Jeffrey Anderson TheNextMile Infographic 4 v2 09 03 14.0 VideoGame Evolution 090514 MW - Shuffling Cards Every time you shuffle a deck of playing cards, it's likely that you have come up with an ordering of cards that is unique in human history. For example, I shuffled a deck of cards this afternoon, and my friend Adam split the deck, and this is the order that the cards came out it. How many different orders are there? There are 52 cards in a deck of cards. Imagine an "ordering of cards" as 52 empty spots to be filled: How many different possibilities are there for what could go in the first spot? If we stop there, and just fill up the first three spots, that's like asking how many different possibilites there are for dealing three cards in order. How many different possible combinations are there for three cards in order? What about a whole deck? How many times have cards been shuffled in human history? That's an impossible number to know. So, it's safe to say that in human history, playing cards have been shuffled in less than 1.546X1020 different orders. Probably so. Footnote Hi, Matthew.

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