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Talk Paper Scissors

Diana Varma
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Join host, Diana Varma, as she explores the wonderful world of design and printing, typography and branding, books and publishing. In each episode Diana aims to answer many age-old, deep philosophical questions such as: Where the heck did Comic Sans originate? Why do the majority of printed books have blank pages at the end? What is the world's ugliest colour? What does a sassy three-year-old have to say about the visible colour spectrum? Ready to have some fun? Let's talk paper scissors.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 12 ratings
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    I'm loving this podcast. Diana has great guests on the show and she is a solid interviewer. I like that she speaks with many different creatives. It is a really fun and interesting listen.

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