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April 29, 2014

From 2D to 3D: The Production of a Pop-up

When papercrafting meets the publishing world, it turns into a pop-up.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Random

April 22, 2014

Vintage Type: Jon Contino

Combining lettering and illustration into playful typography is something that can be seen throughout the artists profiled in Drawing Type.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Profiles, Type

April 21, 2014

The Language of Fashion Design: Layer / ley-er / n 1: a thickness of some material laid on or spread over a surface.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Fashion, Handmade, Pattern & Palette, Studio Secrets

April 16, 2014

Poster of the Week ... sort of: The National Poster Retrospecticus Hits the Road

A massive collection of hand-printed gig-posters is hitting the road this Spring! The National Poster Retrospecticus showcases over 90 of the most prominent poster designers in the country.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Interactive Design, Professional Development, Self-Promotion

April 14, 2014

Playing with Type: Words with Friends

With the weather turning toward warm and spring-like, we are all itching to get outside and play.

Topics: Topics: Color, Design Reference, Handmade, Layouts, Pattern & Palette, Random, Type

April 8, 2014

From Rag Dolls to Riches: Enchanted Doll

Doll making has made huge advancements since the first commercially produced dolls in the 1860s.

Topics: Topics: Fashion, Handmade, Profiles

April 7, 2014

Paper and Ink Workshop: Presses and Printing Environments

One of the advantages of small-press printing is that it doesn't require a huge amount of space to accomplish the desired results.

Topics: Topics: Color, Design Reference, Handmade, Layouts, Studio Secrets, Type

March 28, 2014

Take the Edge Off: Martha Rich

Philadelphia-based illustrator, Martha Rich, has a penchant for bright colors, bold shapes, and funny one-liners.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Handmade, Profiles, Self-Promotion