T-Post releases ‘The Face of Honesty and Evil’

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The Face of Honesty and Evil – Issue #42

Once again blessing us with its beacon of light, science has recently uncovered findings of immeasurable value to everyone from used car salesmen to Casanovas.

Two different research teams, independent of each other, have developed computer generated images that settles the score on an ancient mystery: what the world’s most evil and most honest faces look like! (More>> www.t-post.se)

Design By Eem

Eem is the design studio of Emmanuel Bossuet & Marie Laure Bellanger. They are perhaps best known for their luxury-oriented work for high-end jewellery and fashion brands such as Cartier, Sonia Rykiel and Swarovski.

For this issue they’ve created a ‘mask’ print with inspiration from the manner of Italian Renaissance, but interlaced with a radiating pattern.

“The aim of this conception was to reveal the interaction between the cognitive processes and the universal seek for decorative — i.e. logic — structures in nature. What’s in a decor? The engaging stimulus conveying harmony or just its exact opposite, the signal of very immediate danger? One could wonder… especially when strolling through Château de Versailles.” Check out: www.the-eem.com

T-Post Philosophy

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How it all got started…

The idea was born back in 2004 as a fun project amongst friends. We started out by making the first issue in just five copies. But the word began to spread and the rest, as they say, is history.

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