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Graphic Content, Michael Rock in T Magazine (article)
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March 17, 2016
via The New York Times Style Magazine

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"Indecipherable texts are often metonymies for unknowable threats and unintelligible ideologies. Think of countless summer blockbusters where crates or tanks or missiles emblazoned with unreadable Cyrillic or Chinese characters portend certain doom." — Michael Rock in "The Ever-Evolving Typographic Life of the Arabic Language" for T Magazine