Day 062 of The 100 Day Project: #100fewertrumps

Interestingly enough, the verb tromper in French (conjugated as trompe in the second person imperative) means to deceive, delude or hoodwink.

So just as trompe-l’œil means to “deceive the eye,” trompe le monde means “deceive the world.”

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Ziad Ezzat

Ziad is a graphic designer and web developer with a degree in Economics. Wait, what? Based in scenic Oakland, California, he currently works as Creative Director for an investment firm in San Francisco. In addition to design and monies, his interests include books, music, motorcycling, photography, travel, cats, and serial commas.