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The Dark Side of Information Architecture

Dark side of IA. Actually, these are two odd shaped holes in the city wall of Alcúdia, Mallorca, Spain. It immediately reminded me of the letters I and A. I publish them under creative commons license, so feel free to use.

Dark side of IA

This is what it looked like when the flash fired:
Brighter side of IA

Photos taken on our holiday to Mallorca, Spain. Took a lot of (family) photos. Here are some of the better:

4 Responses to “The Dark Side of Information Architecture”

  1. Jan Says:

    Love it. Reminds me at Type The Sky ( )

  2. Oolis Says:

    Nice. What lenses were you using on the 40D?

    Also, a couple of wee feed problems. An extra blank line before the line
    seems to confuse firefox when I click on the location bar rss icon, and the ø in your name isn’t being handled properly. Somewhere before being rssified it converts to a ??

  3. ilyas Says:

    Hey there,

    This is my first visit to this blog, nice pictures of your kids. They are very cute, in first photo`s i can make out “i” but i don`t see “A” it looks more of a sleeping “D”.