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Ismail El Azizi

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Simple Isn't Always Minimal

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SIMPLE ISN'T ALWAYS MINIMAL

MINIMALISM IS THE REDUCTION OF QUANTITY

SIMPLICITY IS THE REDUCTION OF COMPLEXITY

MINIMALISM USES FEWEST ELEMENTS TO CREATE THE MAXIMUM EFFECT

SIMPLICITY IS THE STATE OF BEING UNCOMPLICATED

MINIMALISM IS OFTEN ALL TOO OBVIOUS

GREAT SIMPLICITY CAN BE PRACTICALLY INVISIBLE

MINIMAL IS ABOUT THE SURFACE. SIMPLE IS ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE

MINIMAL CAN SOMETIMES BE SIMPLISTIC. SIMPLE IS NOT ALWAYS MINIMAL

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