There is always an easy solution to every problem—neat, plausible and wrong.
Henry L. Mencken
An American journalist, essayist, satirist, cultural critic, and scholar of American English. He commented widely on the social scene, literature, music, prominent politicians, and contemporary movements.
The aspects of things that are most important for us are hidden because of their simplicity and familiarity. One is unable to notice something because it is always before one’s eyes.
An Austrian-British philosopher who worked primarily in logic, the philosophy of mathematics and the philosophy of mind. He is considered by some to be the greatest philosopher of the 20th century.
If you’re a baker, making bread, you’re a baker. If you make the best bread in the world, you’re not an artist, but if you bake the bread in the gallery, you’re an artist. So the context makes the difference.
A Serbian conceptual and performance artist, philanthropist, writer, and film-maker.
Everyone looks at things but very few people see effectively. Designers must be able to see. Seeing means a trained super-awarness of visual codes like shape, colour, texture, pattern and contrast. These codes make a language of vision, much as words are building blocks for verbal language.
A professor at California State University and a practising design consultant and author of several articles and books on design theory and tips on visual communication.