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This week on Cargo

CN/062 — Oct 9 2018

Outlines disappear once again





Vincent Urbani’s site is like an endless perfectly paced editorial. It feels like a hundred magazines’ worth of work. Lovely layout, after lovely layout — all of his own beautiful work. 👌❤️




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Suddenly you are interested in some new thing
And can’t tell how you got here. Then there is confusion
Even out of happiness, like a smoke —
The words get heavy, some topple over, you break others.
And outlines disappear once again.

Text: John Ashbury, from More Pleasant Adventures
Image: Joseph Cornell


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CN/061 — Oct 2 2018

The News isn’t the only news





Every project of Romain Fritiau and Pierre Tostain’s studio Bonjour Garçon is poised in a simple, elegant equilibrium. Whether it’s a photograph of a flower, the puddling of fabric around a model or the gutters of a business card — it’s all economic and beautiful. 👌




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The News isn’t the only news — if it’s new to you it’s news. For example here’s a nugget of hard frontline reporting: animals are something plants invented to move their seeds around.

Text Factoid: Terence McKenna
Image: Inka Essenhigh


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CN/060 — Sep 25 2018

Simplicity, naturalness and force





In her book Etiquette Emily Post attributes the highest achievement in the writing of letters the affect of “simplicity, naturalness and force.” We’ve carried around this admirable notion for quite sometime waiting to apply it in our own way. Well, we’re ready: Jesse Williams’ site embodies the gorgeous/enviable combination of simplicity, naturalness and force. 👌




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I have always thought that to express certain things I had to transform them into jokes, puns, or anyway into strangeness: so-called humor. To clothe reality so that it will be “forgiven” … Forgiven by whom? By those who might think you presumptuous if you told them certain things in a direct way. You yourself have to be forgiven and accepted by yourself.

Text and Image: Saul Steinberg


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CN/059 — Sep 18 2018

Perpetually varying the horizon





Recently we’ve adopted the phrase: “put your projects on the web”. And we must say that Alessandro Furchino Capria’s site encapsulates what we’re thinking completely — he’s created a beautiful, dynamic and clear space of his own.





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This quality of looking forward into futurity seems the unavoidable condition of a being, whose motions are gradual, and whose life is progressive…as, by continual advances from his first stage of existence, he is perpetually varying the horizon of his prospects, he must always discover new motives of action.

Text: Samuel Johnson, The Rambler