The Secret Language Of Line Stickers

The Secret Language Of Line Stickers

By Catherine Shu Throughout history, every form of communication has developed its own shorthand. Northern Renaissance paintings were rich in symbolism; even the most mundane detail, like a vase, was a rich allegory. Victorians folded the corners of their calling cards to express sentiments ranging from congratulations to condolences. Wireless telegraphists developed a system of coded slang to save their… Read More

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