Coming in March, Graphic: 500 Designs that Matter includes the most iconic graphic designs of all time, from the beginnings of mechanical reproduction to the present.
ArtCenter College of Design publishes a comprehensive book on career pathways for designers in social Innovation. Editors are Mariana Amatullo, Brian Boyer, Liz Danzico and Andrew Shea.
Artist Moonsub Shin, under the direction of Scholastic’s corporate design team, has created whimsical artwork that has become the foundation of visual branding for Scholastic’s current companywide mission statement and reading initiative.
Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is a novel about a dystopian future where books are outlawed and firemen burn any house that contains them. As part of her schooling at The Austin Creative Department, Elizabeth Perez designed this book cover to enhance Bradbury’s message and it has gone viral. She writes: “I wanted to spread the book-burning […]
Creative Director Matt Checkowski is known for such innovative projects as digital content for an opera, the first ever pop-up museum for scent and co-creating the dream sequences in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. His company, The D4D, in downtown Los Angeles, is a hub of creativity and a place that inspires ideas with a playful, […]
Women in Graphic Design Why do apparently so few women feature in the history of design? Why do so few women speak at conferences? Why are previously well-known women ‘forgotten’? Are women judged today solely on the basis of their quality of work? First published in Germany, Women in Graphic Design 1890–2012 — whose contributors […]