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April 02, 2009

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L.

Good grief, I though that they were Kanji on the leg machine until I saw the second picture!

Zen Faulkes

"Notice how your eye was clearly drawn to that large black dot (in fact, it was likely the first thing you noticed when you scrolled down this page)."

Do you think the effect would be as strong if it were a square? I’ve been reading Grid Systems by Kimberly Elam, and she notes, "The human eyes loves the circle and embraces it."

Jan Schultink

The colorful frog. A bit like the small character at the bottom of many cartoons in the International Herald Tribune: I usually read his comment before getting to "the bigger picture"

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