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The World Is Your Creative Oyster

By Marcela Iannini, Academic Chair – Graduate Studies, Miami International University of Art & Design Creative industries in the U.S. are predicted to create 15 million new jobs over the next decade, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics …

2012 New Visual Artist: Brendan Griffiths

By Ian Volner The first thing you ought to know about Brendan Griffiths is this: Do not click on the exclamation mark. The objectionable glyph follows the name of the 29-year-old’s firm, Zut Alors!, on its website, zutalorsinc.com. Griffiths joined …

2012 New Visual Artist: Serifcan Ozcan

By William Bostwick When Scott Stowell first met Serifcan Ozcan, his student at SVA and, later, employee at Open, he thought, Turkish people are crazy. “Then I met other Turkish people, and they told me, No, Serifcan is crazy.” Of …

2012 New Visual Artist: Naz Sahin

By William Bostwick Naz Sahin uses the word obsessed often, but with purpose. Obsessively, you might say. But not when she talks about design. Her work is humble, orderly, packed with detail but expertly crafted: not a mosaic—a perfect brick …

Letter Man: Paul Elliman's Found Fount Comes to MoMA

By Perrin Drumm In the exhibition “Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language,” which opened on Sunday at the Museum of Modern Art, words are treated as tools and as totems. Gathering text-based work by artists from Marcel Duchamp to Tauba Auerbach alongside …

2012 New Visual Artist: Caleb Bennett

By Bronson Stamp Caleb Bennett is the kid from a small town in Texas who walked up to the design director of The New York Times Magazine, introduced himself, and got a call three days later about a job. He …

2012 New Visual Artist: Jing Wei

By Bronson Stamp There’s a photograph of Jing Wei in which she’s standing up to her neck in nachos. “I woke up one morning, and there was an enormous pile of nachos in the middle of our living room,” she …