As co-founder of Seattle-based Modern Dog Design Co, Robynne Raye has gained international recognition for her wholly vibrant serigraphs. The designs and illustrations she creates embody her modern spirituality, her ability to make people laugh and a lifelong dedication to world peace. Sis-R wishes to pass on to all of her students and followers the message of hope and love. Raye and her partner, Michael Strassburger, are the authors of Inside the World of Board Graphics, due out in October 2011.
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.
Over the course of 15 weeks, 30 Junior level students from Cornish College of the Arts, in Seattle, created packaging for the 7th Annual Design + Packaging Show, held at the end of the semester on campus in downtown Seattle.
The official start of the 2012 Holiday season has started whether you like it or not.
For the first time in 25 years, we are homeless.
My relationship with Cornish College of the Arts began in January 2000 when I was brought in to teach a new class I proposed: packaging design.
It's remarkable to have a client relationship like the one my studio, Modern Dog, has with the Phinney Neighborhood Association.
Sister Raye: When Mike's not around people think I'm hilarious: My interview with Michael Strassburger
I met my business partner in 1983, when we both attended college at Western Washington University.
If I ever had a chance to do something other than graphic design I want to swap lives with Chie Mihara.
Pike Place Market is the soul of our city.
I like misfits, freaks, and outcasts.
I'm a big fan of used book stores.
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