These similar posters by Stasys Eidrigevicius and Wojtek Korkuc raise the question: When is inspiration too much, and when has a line been crossed?
The falling man motif is not a new idea. The image — iconic thanks to the Mad Men opening title sequence — pays homage to Saul Bass's Vertigo Poster.
Here is a separated-at-birth that is too good to ignore. A banner advert on the nytimes.com for legal means to visit Cuba vividly shows a Keith Richards look-a-like—or maybe it’s the real KR. Judge for yourself.
I don’t want to trivialize the inhumane horrors that African slaves endured on slave ships (above) destined for the Americas. But after a recent airplane trip, sitting tightly next to my neighbor in steerage seats, I feel the discomfort and pain endemic to the current air experience has certain curious similarities. Ever notice how...