The Fine Print [Studio] is all about looking at things differently. It's about discovery, wonder, and sharing. And it's a creative studio run by Linda Donahue, who uses the written word and images to tell a thousand stories.
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I never gave much thought to it. Not before my trip to Istanbul, that is. But there is something incredibly fascinating about old men. Their faces have been defined by time and life. In Istanbul, this seems even more evident. The old men there move differently than their younger counterparts—but not in a way that speaks to infirmity. It’s as if they know a secret that is only to be shared with their peers. Perhaps it’s wisdom, or amusement, even.