The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #13

  1. The Body as Factory: Anatomy of an Image | “Kahn’s most famous and unforgettable creation, proliferating across the Internet as I write, is Der Mensch als Industriepalast (Man as Industrial Palace), which exists in two similar versions produced in 1926 and c. 1928.”
  2. Tom Gauld Guardian Prints | “Archive quality giclee prints on 300gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag paper in editions of 100 signed and numbered copies.”
  3. The Authenticity Paradox | “Athenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic understanding of what it means can hinder your growth and limit your impact.”
  4. 4 Techniques that Will Help You Master Dodging and Burning Your Photos | “…an in-depth video in which he discusses 4 different approaches that photographers can take and which ones to use in which situations—things like layer blend modes, curves adjustments, frequency separation, and layer blend-ing.”
  5. Noizio – your subtle companion | “Feeling that the noise of the big city is too much for you to bear? Just turn on the sound and allow yourself to become engulfed in the tranquil sounds of nature.”
  6. What Happened When Marissa Mayer Tried to Be Steve Jobs | “In order to revive Yahoo as a product company, Mayer would try to treat it as a giant start-up itself.”
  7. The Floatation Tank | “Microwave Meditation for Busy Creatives.”
  8. The year in media errors and corrections 2014 | Always amusing.
  9. Four Charts That Defined the World in 2014 | “Many of the economic trends that have defined countries’ fortunes over the past year are especially striking when seen visually—how in the U.S., for example, unemployment declined, or how, in Russia, the ruble plummeted. Here are four charts that reveal trends with particularly far-reaching implications for the global economy as a whole.”
  10. A Charlie Brown Christmas | “The Story Behind the Classic.”

Image: Fritz Kahn, Der Mensch als Industriepalast, circa 1928.