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How Do You "Design" Trust Between Strangers?
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Are The Best Designers Rebels?
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What Can Today's Designers Learn From Nature?
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ARGO — The Rescue of the Canadian Six was painted by an undercover CIA employee. It depicts an operation in which six Americans ("The Canadian Six") were rescued after the U.S. embassy in Tehran was taken over in 1979. Courtesy of CIA hide caption

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A Peek Into The CIA Art Gallery Reveals [REDACTED]
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Why An Art Historian Took NYPD Officers To The Met
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Two people hold electronic devices while looking over a sculpture by George Segal with the Living Wall in the background at the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Too Much Technology Can Spoil Your Warhol Experience
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Revamped San Francisco Museum Merges Modern Art With Interactive Tech
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Student Art Project Gets Mighty High Appraisal
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First Lady Michelle Obama wears her signature cardigan while dancing with performers from the television show So You Can Dance during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on April 6, 2015. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Mrs. Obama Saves The Cardigan: 'The Obama Effect' In Fashion
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A Wes Wilson poster promoting the 13th Floor Elevators, Great Society, Sopwith Camel at the Fillmore Auditorium on August 26 and 27, 1966. Wes Wilson hide caption

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Psychedelic Font: How Wes Wilson Turned Hippie Era Turmoil Into Art
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Market Grows For Fashionable But Modest Clothing
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"The potter has used an impressive array of techniques to come up with this extraordinary texture," an Antiques Roadshow appraiser said of this piece — which turned out to be a high school art project. Courtesy of Antiques Roadshow/PBS hide caption

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Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour, may be best known as King Louis XV's Chief Mistress. But she was also a highly educated tastemaker, a patron of the arts, and an artist in her own right. Heritage Images/Getty Images hide caption

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More Than A Mistress: Madame De Pompadour Was A Minister Of The Arts
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Senegal's Biggest Art Biennial Returns With Contemporary Exhibits
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Neil Leifer took this photograph of sprinter Carl Lewis during the 1984 Olympics. Lewis won four gold medals that year. Photo from Relentless: The Stories behind the Photographs, by Neil Leifer with Diane K. Shah (University of Texas Press, 2016) Neil Leifer/ Courtesy of Sports Illustrated Content Management hide caption

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A 'Relentless' Sports Photographer Explains How He Got His Shots
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Teen fashion blogger Justina Sharp goes vintage in this prom dress. Courtesy of Justina Sharp hide caption

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When It Comes To Prom Dresses, Teen Blogger Knows What's In Style
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Mother-Son Tag Team Design A Line Of Clothes For Kids With Disabilities
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