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January 9, 2013

Poster of the Week: Katja Schloz

Designer: Katja Schloz Client: Julia Heuer Textile and Costume Design Size: 420 x 594 mm Printing Process: Offset Number of Inks: 4-color process Creating a promotional poster for avant textile and costume designer, Julia Heuer, Katja Schloz immediately went to work in that conceptual fashion that only she can.

Topics: Topics: Fashion, Handmade, Layouts, Profiles, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets, Type

December 31, 2012

Nexus: Digital New Year's Resolutions (with a Little Print Too)

Whether you work in print, digital, or both domains, it can be easy to fall into a comfort zone.

Topics: Topics: Interactive Design, Professional Development, Random, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets, Type

December 27, 2012

Poster of the Week: Mark Gowing

Designer: Mark Gowing Client: Mark Gowing Design Size: 23.

Topics: Topics: Layouts, Profiles, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets, Type

December 21, 2012

Preserving Print, One Wood Block At a Time: Hamilton Wood Type Needs Your Help

Hamilton Wood Type in Two Rivers, Wis.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Studio Secrets, Type

December 18, 2012

Design Change: It's not art, but it is.

Who doesn't appreciate the aesthetics of their toilet brush? It might sound funny, but we all do it.

Topics: Topics: Managing Design, Product Design, Studio Secrets

December 11, 2012

Higher Learning: Where are they now?

Nine graduates from the Academy of Art University, of varying vintages, talk about being paid to do what they love—and how prepared they were to get hired.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Professional Development, Random, Studio Secrets

December 3, 2012


In the arsenal of legal tools available to a designer, the design patent has the distinction of being the most misunderstood and the least used.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Professional Development, Studio Secrets

November 29, 2012

Ask Design B*tch: Setting yourself up as a vendor

Q: Dear Design B*tch do you have a checklist I can use for setting myself up as a supplier for my new clients? --Benjamin A.

Topics: Topics: Managing Design, Professional Development, Studio Secrets