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February 27, 2014

Nexus: Digital Design Advice To Change Your Life Pt. 1

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.

Topics: Topics: Interactive Design, Random, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets

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 25, 2014

Print Portfolios: It's All About Presentation

Whether you're putting one together for the first time or reorganizing your old one, a well-done portfolio is essential to landing a great job.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Professional Development, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets

February 12, 2014

Poster of the Week: Post Typography

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.

Topics: Topics: Color, Handmade, Layouts, Profiles, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets

February 5, 2014

Poster of the Week: Methane Studios

I have started writing this column about the illustrative magic of Methane Studios several times over, but I am always paralyzed by which poster or print to focus on.

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

January 29, 2014

Poster of the Week: Anton Stogov

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.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Handmade, Profiles, Self-Promotion

January 22, 2014

Poster of the Week: Lil Tuffy

Designer: Lil Tuffy Client: Jay Siegan Presents/KRS-ONE Size: 17.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Profiles, Self-Promotion

January 17, 2014

Take the Edge Off: Debbie Millman Does It 100 Different Ways

When I asked Debbie Millman if she wanted to design her own set of 100 MOO MiniCards, she jumped at the chance.

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