David Carson (born September 8, 1954) is an American graphic designer. He is best known for his innovative magazine design, and use of experimental typography. He was the art director for the magazine Ray Gun. Carson was perhaps the most influential graphic designer of the 1990s. In particular, his widely imitated aesthetic defined the so-called "grunge typography" era.
Not Your Mother's Kind of Tolerance. Old tolerance — that is, before the onslaught of postmodernism — defines the concept as to "accept the existence of different views." New tolerance, however, defines tolerance as to "accept different views." More than just accepting a view's existence, new tolerance adds that you'd better not say it's wrong either. New tolerance demands that we consider every opinion to be equally valid.
Though its history, photography has undergone three distinct artistic phases. Here, you'll learn about those three phases and what makes them important... http://www.willmoneymaker.com/blog/2016/11/defining-traditional-modern-and-postmodern-photography
"Postmodernism officially has no definition. It was best described as a period of incredulity toward things that many had declared as absolutes (meta-narratives). Now as society seems to want more defined meaning and limits, particularly as the economy falters, the question is, "What is next in philosophy?" And can it bring the world to peace?