Storytelling reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it.
Mathematik & Kombinatorik, by Gottfried Leibniz
Playing card concept, by Filippo Marongui
It is not that Pierre Gringoire either feared or disdained monsieur the cardinal. He had neither the weakness nor the audacity for that. A true eclectic, as it would be expressed nowadays, Gringoire was one of those firm and lofty, moderate and calm spirits, which always know how to bear themselves amid all circumstances (stare in dimidio rerum), and who are full of reason and of liberal philosophy, while still setting store by cardinals. A rare, precious, and never interrupted race of philosophers to whom wisdom, like another Ariadne, seems to have given a clew of thread which they have been walking along unwinding since the beginning of the world, through the labyrinth of human affairs.
Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Settlers of Pantone, by Steven Hasegawa
Dr. Lakra’s Mutant Laboratory Puzzle, by Jerónimo López Ramírez
Music Cymatics 2: G7 chord, by Daniel Reed
Older posts / Page 1 of 34