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March 20, 2014

Creatively Curious: Patterns

The whole idea of creating things using digital work flows has always fascinated me.

Topics: Topics: Color, Fashion, Handmade, Pattern & Palette, Product Design, Professional Development

March 19, 2014

Poster of the Week: Felix Pfaffli

I honestly don't know what to do.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Layouts, Profiles, Studio Secrets

March 17, 2014

Sketchology: Private Sketcher

Last October, I visited the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York to see the exhibit entitled Hopper Drawing.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Pattern & Palette, Profiles, Studio Secrets

March 12, 2014

Poster of the Week: Flatstock/SXSW

This is always a crazy time of the year as my poster and music world's collide under the glare of the Texas sun while floating atop a euphoric wave of free beer, smoked brisket, and crackling guitars.

Topics: Topics: Color, Design Reference, Handmade, Layouts, Profiles, Self-Promotion, Type

March 5, 2014

Poster of the Week: Lure Design

Designer: Jeff Matz / Lure Design Client: Enzian Theater Size: 18 x 24 inches Print process: Screenprint Number of inks: 2 colors "I was pretty psyched to work on the Kill Bill Vol.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Layouts, Self-Promotion, Type

February 26, 2014

Poster of the Week: Olimpia Zagnoli

Designer: Olimpia Zagnoli Client: The New York Times Size: 60 x 60-cm Print process: Offset Number of inks: 4-Color Process With brilliant simplicity and intensely bright and bold color palettes, Milan's Olimpia Zagnoli has electrified the illustration world.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Self-Promotion

February 19, 2014

Poster of the Week: Tomasz Kipka

Designer: Tomasz Kipka Client: Slaski Jazz Club (Silesian Jazz Club) Size: 68 x 98-cm Print process: Offset Number of inks: 4-Color Process A unique event needs a unique poster.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Interactive Design, Layouts

February 13, 2014

Playing with Color: Complementary colors

When I teach color, my goal is to create a new awareness—what Albers called "an eye for color.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Pattern & Palette