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We Live in Financial Times

Posted in Journalism, News and that by Adam Westbrook on February 5, 2009

This is an amazing piece of flash art from the people at the Financial Times.

We Live in Financial Times

We Live in Financial Times

It’s a useful way to get world headlines – but it’s the fact it’s so beautiful to look at (and hear) that makes me want to go back again.

More please! HT: David Dunkley-Gyimah


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  1. azoptimist said, on February 7, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    How creative!

    • Joe said, on April 30, 2009 at 6:24 am

      I like the FT and have read it for years. Why don’t they use the Empire State building for New York or the Sears Tower for Chicago? It seems to be subconscious or conscious preference for Asian. Not sure which? I like buildings and I don’t even know the one in Chicago and I was just there in the last year! Maybe the stark black building would mar and impose itself on that pristine view of the world? The Chrysler building even has the name of a soon to be non-American car company. Those two changes and a brighter outline on the selected building silhouettes would be helpful!

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