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October 16, 2010 2:14 PM   Subscribe

Portuguese design is often amazing, and the graphic arts is top-notch. Here's a recent MOMA wrap. This is my favorite of this collection, a notebook made out of the thin paper used at traditional Portuguese "tascas".
posted by chavenet at 2:27 PM on October 16, 2010

These are lovely, thanks kenko!
posted by carter at 2:30 PM on October 16, 2010

(From Mefi's own ajourneyroundmyskull)
posted by peacay at 2:37 PM on October 16, 2010

wow - that is some !!hot!! & beautiful design

so yummy - thanks!
posted by jammy at 2:39 PM on October 16, 2010

Other book cover posts on this blog are wonderful too.
posted by of strange foe at 4:08 PM on October 16, 2010

this is bait, right, to see if Migs will come back and say he had the Gide on his book shelf and gregory corso rolled a blunt on it, gave it to a Bulgarian journalist who...

'Hh, you say how, Ja Acusse! Noaw, Poirot does not pull the wool most compfy noaw...it was the small refer-eance to Guerra Junqueiro on the Phampheltos Revolucionarios, Poirot knew only to find the pole.'

i like the Miguel Flávio cover.
posted by clavdivs at 4:33 PM on October 16, 2010

wonderful blog!
posted by squishles at 4:58 PM on October 16, 2010

This makes me wish our old friend Miguel Cardoso were still active around here.
posted by beagle at 5:57 PM on October 16, 2010

Do like!
posted by seagull.apollo at 6:56 PM on October 16, 2010

Can someone contextualize this a little? I didn't really know Portuguese culture had a "paper fetish".
posted by threeants at 8:47 PM on October 16, 2010

A gem, especially the Calvino covers at the start. Lots of other good stuff on the blog too. Thanks!
posted by lapsangsouchong at 9:10 PM on October 16, 2010

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