The New yorker

 

by Joost Swarte

“I’ve always bought my glasses in the small town where I live and I started to talk to the owner of the eyewear shop: Are there glasses that not only make you look sharp, but that also influence the way you look? He told me that wasn’t the purpose of glasses, but, I thought, let me give it a try. Of course, there is not so much space on glasses, so there was a technical aspect to solve. But there’s always a little space in the corner. Many of the manufacturers use it for a logo.”

via:newyorker