February 27, 2014
Are you curious about what it takes to work in digital design? Moreover, do you foresee external factors requiring you to transition to digital design after years of working as a print designer? Maybe I should set the record straight before diving in: this is not a requiem for paper and ink, nor a love letter for all-things digital that tries to swoon you to working solely on pixel-based and screen media.
February 26, 2014
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.
February 12, 2014
Designer: Post Typography Client: Johns Hopkins Film Festival Size: 16 x 24-inches Print process: Offset Number of inks: 2-Color One of my favorite things about Baltimore's dynamic design duo, Post Typography, is that they never get caught up in style over substance.
January 29, 2014
Designer: Anton Stogov Client: The 4th Block 8th Annual Poster Triennial Size: 24 x 34-inches Print process: Digital Number of inks: 4-Color There has been very little coverage stateside about the unrest in the Ukraine.
January 17, 2014
When I asked Debbie Millman if she wanted to design her own set of 100 MOO MiniCards, she jumped at the chance.
|Design Bully||Fashion Filter|
|Overlooked||Playing with Color|
|Playing With Type||Poster of the Week|
|Take the Edge Off||Undercover|
|Design Reference||Environmental Design|
|Pattern & Palette||Product Design|