Typography

Typography

Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and appealing when displayed.

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Why Typography Matters — Especially At The Oscars

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As a creator, the importance of typography is an absolute skill to know, and people — not just designers, should consider learning it.

Typography can be immensely helpful when writing a resume that’s well-structured, creating a report that looks exciting, designing a website with an intuitive hierarchy — and definitely for designing award show winner cards.

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The nickname "Oscar" for the Academy Awards

In 2013, the Academy Awards were rebranded as The Oscars.

A popular theory is that the nickname for the statuette was coined by Margaret Herrick when she said that the figure looked like her Uncle Oscar.

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Why Are the Academy Awards Statuettes Called <em>Oscars</em>?

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The Cannes Film Festival

The goal of the Cannes Film Festival is to promote and draw public attention to the works of French and international filmmakers. Since the first festival in 1946, Cannes, the small French seaside town, has become an international luxury destination and attracts the top film stars from across the globe.

The Cannes Festival has been a setting in about 12 films, including Mr Bean in the second series of his adventures.

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Facts about the International Cannes Film Festival

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“Nothing in life is as important as you think it is, while you are thinking about it”

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Thinking, Fast and Slow

Thinking, Fast and Slow

by Daniel Kahneman