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From time to time, the Daily Heller will publish a series of artefactoids, bits and pieces of cultural design ephemera assembled by various contributors. Today’s grab bag comes from Print’s Online Community Manager, Jess Farris.


Boarding pass for Titanic, 10 April 1912. I hope the passenger missed the boat.


Galileo’s drawings of the moon, 1610. Illustrators have been copying ever since.


World War II “Hunting license for Japanese”, 1942. War makes beasts of us all.


A 1957 infographic of Walt Disney’s corporate strategy. Was Mickey a UX genius?


US Forest Service Cocktail Guide, 1974. Two inebriated hunters were in the woods and saw a sign that said “Bare Left,” so they went home.


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