These Minimalist Illustrations Of Famous Names Are So Friggin' Cool
Sherlock Holmes: These Minimalist Illustrations Of Famous Names Are So Friggin’ Cool. The subtle symbolism is simply wonderful. A new series by Swedish artist Patrik Svensson uses visual elements associated with various famous people (fictional, real, dead or alive) to create an iconic illustration of their name.
Overton County was established in 1806 and at one time embraced all or portions of the territory that eventually became Fentress, Clay, Pickett, and Putnam counties. Some famous names associated with Overton, and later Fentress, include Davy Crockett, John Sevier, Joseph Copeland, and John M. Clements (father of Mark Twain). Since the early records of the counties of Fentress, Pickett, Putnam, and Jackson have all or partially been destroyed, the extant records of Overton County assume…
Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage The Titanic’s return trip to England was scheduled to begin on April 20. Among the more famous names who had apparently booked passage: • Henry Adams, descendant of two presidents and author of “The Education of Henry Adams.” • John Alden Dix, then governor of New York.(above) • J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the White Star Line. A survivor of the Titanic disaster, Ismay was portrayed as a villain in many accounts.