Author Archives: Kathy Scott

Hanksy Scoops Banksy with Col-Bear Street Art

Britain's Banksy, the elusive graffiti artist who is well known for his exceptional street art addressing social and political issues, has set up residence in New York and he's blogging about it. His first post has made his mission clear.

Brand Identity Examples: Paul Rand Sketches NeXT

It's odd to think that one of the greatest graphic designers would advocate the need to explain his work, but that's one of the tenets that Paul Rand advocated as part of the process and one that he felt was perhaps the most difficult for designers.

Graphic Design Inspiration: Storytelling

In the current issue of Print magazine, associate editor, Karli Petrovic, had an opportunity to sit down with Hainsworth and learn how storytelling plays a key role in his business.

Book Cover Design Perpetuates The Myth of Lolita

"The sexualized vision of Lolita perpetuated by popular culture has very little to do with the text of Nabokov's novel, in which Lolita is not a teen-aged seductress but a sexually abused twelve-year-old girl."

Secrets of the Nutrition Facts Design

International Design Competition 2013 Did you miss An Afternoon with Graphic Design Icon Burkey Belser? Download his presentation and listen to how Belser created the now ubiquitous Energy Guide, Nutrition Facts and Drug Facts that have come to define our way of purchasing, product design and even the way we eat. The event was sponsored...

Ratcheting Down Product Package Design for Kids

The Dieline Package Design Conference Collection cover product package design from groceries to computers and challenged the audience to find was to connect with their audience via the web or their tablet.