Graphic Designer and educator David Langton was watching the new Ghostbuster’s movie and found it chilling in unexpected ways.
Register now for a free webinar on August 9 hosted by Monotype that explores how IBM improved brand consistency and brand engagement.
Type in a hashtag and, courtesy of Rule29, see the predominant colors of the latest Instagram posts associated with that hashtag.
Exclusive promotional offer from Pantone® and GDUSA on the PANTONE EXTENDED GAMUT Guide which makes printing seven colors easier and cheaper than ever.
For the first time, many high quality and emotionally resonant Erickson Stock images are being offered in royalty free model.
Dealing with difficult clients is a big challenge creative teams face. To help, The Creative Group asked marketing executives to share the strangest request along with tips for managing awkward or impossible demands.
Publisher Gordon Kaye is worried about the lack of shared experiences in our fragmented media world, and what it means to a society.
Mississippi graphic designer Paul Donnell explains why a virtual office works early birds, night owls, and the whole design team.
Enter the Bridgeman Studio Award 2016 and you could win a $1,500 commission to design the front cover of award-winning author Rosie Garland’s next title.
Leading designer Margo Chase believes that great ideas often emerge from the underestimated act of doodling.
Thousands of Peter Lik’s collectors and fans should ready themselves for perhaps the artist’s most impressive project yet.
Rob Munz of inMotionNow on how to improve production workflows and complete projects more efficiently.
Sagmeister, Millman and Shlain is not a law firm, but an impressive lineup of speakers for the upcoming How Design Live event.
GDUSA publisher Gordon Kaye agonized whether other people felt emotions beyond “like”. Facebook has now taught him that it is also acceptable to feel “wow” and “hahaha” and even “sad.”
GDUSA Publisher Gordon Kaye’s thoughts on the Jan/Feb 2016 magazine, the meaning of life, and the importance of personal pizzas.
The incomparable Earl Gee transforms letterpress tools into typographic forms for a very good cause.
Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else. -Fred Rogers