At last year’s HOWLive Conference in Chicago, I had the great pleasure to meet and interview James Victore. Part artist, part designer, part awesome, James Victore has been doing some great work over the past twenty-five-ish years now. So, of course I decided to ask him about movie recommendations. He mentioned The Town. I wouldn’t [...]
And you thought you believed in recycling. Paul Sahre and his pals build this supersized hearse from paper for a music video (They Might Be Giants' "When Will You Die") then 'drove' it to a recycling yard in Brooklyn. See it to believe it... "This has been one of the hardest, most ridiculous/pointless yet rewarding things i've done in a while. maybe ever. Please ...
Champagne from Moët & Chandon? Chocolate from Scharffen Berger? Valentines cards from Heather Parlato? How about the new book out from Rockport Publishers originated, designed and edited by the [EXPLETIVE DELETED] provocateur known as James Victore? Make your design sweetie swoon and get them this for Valentines Day.
Paul Sahre is an author, teacher and designer who works out of a small studio nestled between a Dunkin Donut shop and a Driving School near the corner of 6th Avenue and 14th Street. Sahre’s intelligent designs and op-art appear frequently in the New York Times. Sahre is a man of few words. And when he utters them, he makes them count. Witness that in this brief ...