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Portrait: Punch Media

AdWeek – 2012-05-10

Since the iPad launch, countless magazines have released apps for the tablet. But many have largely resembled their print counterparts. Rather than emulating print, Punch Media wanted to create something entirely tablet-native when developing its eponymous pop culture publication. Named after the British satirical title, Punch exists soley on the iPad-and you won't mistake it for a digital version of any magazine you've seen. Each editorial feature resides in its own mini-app, so you...
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Ten Years Later, Photographer Finds Old Portrait Shots Are in Demand

On Oct. 7, 1999, a young photographer hauled his camera gear to the Lipstick Building in Manhattan for a portrait assignment of an investor named Bernard L. Madoff. | New York Times – 2009-02-23

Le Clezio, Portrait Of A Gentle Writer

Though born in France, Nobel laureate Jean-Marie Gustav Le Clezio is a nomadic writer, whose work has been defined by his life of travel around the world. For him, storytelling means melting into... | NPR – 2008-10-12

“Leonardo’s Lost Princess: One Man’s Quest to Authenticate an Unknown Portrait by Leonardo da Vinci” by Peter Silverman with Catherine Whitney

In her portrait, she is young, with cherry blossom skin, glimmery long hair and eyes the color of Anjou pears. When Peter Silverman first saw the drawing (in chalk, pen and ink on vellum), he was... | The Washington Post – 2012-05-05

‘Portrait of a Novel’ looks at Henry James and the bridge to modernism

Henry James was in his late 30s when he published his first uncontested masterpiece, “The Portrait of a Lady” (1880-81), which elevated him from a talented up-and-comer to a major novelist. It is... | The Washington Post – 2012-11-30

An Animator’s Self-Portrait, In 100 Different Cartoon Styles

Kevin McShane likes cartoons. A lot. So much so that he’s been drawing himself in the style of over 100 different cartoons for the last two years. While the selfie is a product of the modern... | Fast Company – 2013-05-01

'Behind the Burly Q' a revealing portrait of burlesque's stars

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A portrait of the writer as wreck in '& Sons'

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'Falling Into the Fire' a piercing portrait of psychiatry

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A Scathing Portrait of the American Left? 

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Breakfast with Lucian: A Portrait of the Artist by Geordie Greig – review

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‘Brave Genius’ review: A gripping portrait of two heroes of conscience and intellect

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Reader recommendation: 41, A Portrait of My Father

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