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Top 10 Most Popular Stories over the Past Week

1) The ‘Mona Lisa’ In Pure CSS




Hacker/artist Jay Salvat blurs the line between digital graphic art and fine art when he reproduced Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa with nothing but cascading style sheets (CSS).




2) What Skills Make A Good Designer?




What key aspects make a good designer or design team?




3) How To Make A Good Infographic




In the fast-paced environment that we live in today, distractions are abundant, information is overwhelming and time is of essence—thus, we need to learn to communicate information in a concise and engaging way.




4) Classic Logos Reimagined In Comic Sans




For the fun of it, famous brand logos have once again been butchered with the use of Comic Sans.





5) For The Geeks, The Official ‘Star Wars’ Eyewear Collection




If hipsters have their black horned-rimmed glasses, geeks should get these official ‘Star Wars’ glasses by Japanese eyewear manufacturer Aigan.




6) Typographic Chess Set




Jim Sutherland of UK-based design consultants hat-trick design created a typographic chess set, based on chess notation (K for King, Q for Queen, etc.).




7) Wendy’s Unveils New Company Logo




Fast food chain Wendy’s has unveiled a new company logo—a move signaling the company’s plans to transform itself into a higher-end hamburger chain.




8) The Bible’s New Testament, LEGO Edition




San Francisco artist/illustrator Brendan Powell Smith spent the past decade piecing together scenes from the Bible using LEGO bricks.




9) eBay Unveils Pinterest-Inspired Redesign




Following a new logo update, eBay has unveiled a site overhaul with significant new features and enhancements.




10) A Restaurant Made Entirely Out Of Cardboard




True to its name, everything in ‘Carton’ restaurant in Taichung City, Taiwan is made from corrugated cardboard—from its furnishing to its plates.






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