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April 9, 2014

Letting Business Cards Tell the Story: .

Truth be told, I'm a bit of a hoarder, and one thing I hoard in very small, very select ways are business cards.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Design Reference, Environmental Design, Pattern & Palette, Product Design, Professional Development, Profiles, Self-Promotion

December 23, 2013

Fashion: Global Voices: Zero Waste fashion in the Sustainablility Equation

Considering how many ways that the fashion industry needs to address its sustainability as an industry can be totally disheartening.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Fashion, Pattern & Palette, Professional Development

December 5, 2013

Overlooked: The University of Nike

We've watched Nike elevate athletes like Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and serial liar Lance Armstrong to household names and worldwide fame, or, more correctly in Armstrong's case—worldwide infamy.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Environmental Design, Fashion, Pattern & Palette

November 5, 2013

Overlooked: Lincoln's Gettysburg Address at 150

Designed by New York architect Henry Bacon and completed in 1922, the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Environmental Design, Profiles, Random, Type

October 8, 2013

Overlooked: Moving Hamilton Wood Type

Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum is throwing a party disguised as a conference to celebrate its move to its new home in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Handmade, Professional Development, Type

August 8, 2013

Playing With Type: Signage Appreciation

Wherever I travel I take pictures of signage.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Random, Type

May 14, 2013

Sister Raye: Artwalk Poster Remix

Friday night's beautiful Seattle weather and hundreds of artists and performers brought out the crowds to the annual PhinneyWood ArtWalk, organized by two neighborhoods located a few miles north of downtown—Phinney Ridge and Greenwood.

Topics: Topics: Color, Environmental Design, Handmade, Pattern & Palette

April 19, 2013

The Return of Art to Life: Design Meets Poetry Meets Theater Meets Sidewalk

Growing up with a mom who was/is a signpainter, I was exposed to an enormous range of typography from a very early age, but I never imagined I'd one day work with a memorial and monument design company (i.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Managing Design, Professional Development, Type