ANDRIO ABERO – CONCEPT IS KING

September 5th, 2008 · 3 Comments

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I have been visiting 33rpm for a few years now, and I knew that If I ever had a blog I would have to post about Andrio. He’s perfected a style that is really unmistakable. But it’s not the style that’s so impressive. It’s the wonderful concepts created with simple, well placed imagery that have such an impact. These works are a small sample from his extensive portfolio. Go check him out, and if you’re lucky you might be able to pick up a limited edition poster.

Tags: Graphic,Poster

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  • 2 Ally // Oct 9, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    Maybe this will clarify a bit. The long and short sleacs are two of the several different numerical systems used throughout the world: Short scale is the English translation of the French term e9chelle courte.[1] It refers to a system of numeric names in which every new term greater than million is 1,000 times the previous term: billion means a thousand millions (109), trillion means a thousand billions (1012), and so on. Long scale is the English translation of the French term e9chelle longue. It refers to a system of numeric names in which every new term greater than million is 1,000,000 times the previous term: billion (from bi and million) means a million to the power of two or a million millions (1012), trillion (from tri and million) means a million to the power of three or a million billions (1018), and so on.For most of the 19th and 20th centuries, the United Kingdom uniformly used the long scale, while the United States of America used the short scale,so that usage of the two systems was often referred to as British and American respectively. In 1974, the government of the UK abandoned the long scale, so that the UK now exclusively applies the short scale interpretation in mass media and official usage.Although some residual usage of the long scale continues in the UK,the phrases British usage and American usage are no longer accurate nor helpful characterizations. The two systems can be a subject of misunderstanding or controversy. Usage changes can evoke resentment in adherents to the older system, while national differences of any kind can acquire jingoistic overtones.Many countries, including most in continental Europe, use the long scale. There are other numbering systems which are neither long nor short scale such as the Chinese numbering system, the Indian numbering system, the Japanese numbering system, and the KOREAN numbering system.Source: wikipedia

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    Great article but it didn’t have everything-I didn’t find the kitchen sink!