Other People’s Art: Philosophy Posters

From the site of designer Genis Carreras come these philosophy posters.  As a visual learner, I’m digging the distinct color and simple designs on each one.  I think they’d be quite helpful in keeping these concepts straight and remembering details.  My train of thought when recalling details off notecards during, say, an Art History test, went something like “Palazzo Medici Riccardi….I made a mistake in spelling the architect on the card…Michelozzo!  The cards were written in chronological order, so this is 1450s.  Aaaand, the bricks aren’t as yellow as that other building…..” and so on.  Anyway, I’m not sure what these were originally intended for, but I can definitely see some good uses.


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