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    One must avoid complexity to obtain simplicity. Complexity always has an order, although it's difficult to appreciate. There are hidden signs and… Read More
    One must avoid complexity to obtain simplicity. Complexity always has an order, although it's difficult to appreciate. There are hidden signs and patterns in what, on the outside, appear to be chaos. Finding the similarities and differences, the organization emerges from the perceived chaos. Read Less
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View a system wide organization of the elements at play. Codes, signs and symbols offer instructions to reassemble the broken letterforms.
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