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Jeffrey Smart's Autobahn in the Black Forest II, showing red and white bollards marking the edge of roadworks.

Jeffrey Smart’s Autobahn in the Black Forest II

I’ve been doing a lot of staring at the walls of my office today, thinking about how to word assignment handouts and how to structure and present the first lecture for Product Usability next week.

I’ve had my print of Jeffrey Smart’s Autobahn in the Black Forest II for company and this Nietzsche quote which I came across last night:

Above all, one should not wish to divest existence of its rich ambiguity.

I think it’s the pinky-mauve of the inverted bollards that pleases me most.

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