EPIC is the Batman of design organizations: it strikes quickly and doesn't ask for a lot of credit. Consequently those rescued through its efforts aren’t always sure what just happened to them. They are grateful, but dazed. “I’m blown away by how much you frickin’ did,” one client would stammer into the microphone before the night was over.
Going to the HOW Conference in Denver June 6-9? Stop by our booth in the exhibitor's market. We have a few things to share with you!
Terry Marks never met a stranger. Here he tells us what keeps him motivated during Seattle's rainy season: "So, if trusting oneself is to know how to live, what about trusting you are in the right place when that places feels like fiberglass in your underwear? You have to put up with some discomfort now and then‑more now, than then. Welcome to adulthood, ladies ...
NeenahPaper The moment you’ve all been waiting for- our Twitterview with Creativille is starting! Hi Steve, welcome! Creativille Hellllllllooooooooooooooooooo Thanks for having me! NeenahPaper Sure, let’s get started-Tell us a little bit about yourself… Creativille I’ve been a designer for 18 years. I graduated from EIU worked at Falk Harrison for 8 ...
Transcript of our Twitterview with Erika Firm of Delphine Studio. We talk about her passion for all things letterpress, green printing and how an unusual living situation works for her small family business lifestyle.
The Haiti Poster Project is now accepting submissions. Submissions to the project should be limited-edition posters in quantities of 25 to 100. Proceeds from the sale of the posters—which will increase in price as they grow scarcer—will benefit the relief efforts of Doctors Without Borders in Haiti. May 1 is the poster project’s “flexible” deadline—“but ...
The Infinitude of Bed Rest “I could not get around. I was pregnant. There were complications. I had to rest a lot in one room. I was restless. So in order to make things more interesting I started investigating things right in front of me. I looked for patterns, details, juxtaposition and similarity. Each new observation pushed me further, to observe more ...
Watch as Ryan McGovern chats about design with Steven Heller, art director for 33 years at the New York Times. Author of over 100 design and pop culture books and countless AIGA publishings. He currently co-chairs the MFA Designer as Author Department, Special Consultant to the President of SVA for New Programs and writes the Visuals column for the New York ...
Okay, so the job is not as glamorous as some might think it is. But it is interesting and busy. We caught up with Rebecca to find out what she thinks about the future of the magazine —and what she likes to do when she comes up for air. What strikes her most about her time at CA is how changes in the magazine industry have accelerated adaptation at the venerable ...