The Milton Glaser archive at SVA has just gotten rebooted and enhanced: a boon to any and all design researchers, writers and historians.
Maira Kalman created a "whimsical interpretation of The Elements of Style, making it attainable while capturing its playful spirit.
The morning I ran into Kevin O'Callaghan, he was presenting another of his high energy Madison Avenue public art outdoor exhibitions to Marie Claire to coincide with the magazine’s blockbuster October 2018 issue, this one titled “SVA’s “Obsessorize: Common Objects Uncommon Accessories”.
Marion Bantjes' "I Wonder" was first published in Europe by Thames & Hudson and in the United States by The Monacelli Press in 2010. Eight years later it is republished with a new, lighter, more luminescent cover.
Hamid Rahmanian has dedicated ten years of his creative life to the Iranian classic "Zahhak: The Legend of the Serpent King". Le Monde says "it has all the ingredients of the blackest eastern tale ― palace intrigues, demons, invaders come from a far country."
Print Materials and Ephemera Pleasing to the Eye I have been accumulating printed ephemera for decades. Back in the Gutenberg era I doubt anyone would imagine discarding a piece of printing. First, it would be sacrilegious, second, it would be like discarding a old model cell phone (or maybe that’s not such a good...
Don May was the rough trader. He was an art and layout consultant with Hoskinson, Rohloff and Associates, and worked for dozens of national clients, including Abbot Laboratories, Hart Schaffner and Marks, Sears Roebook, and the Chicago Daily News. He was a layout machine and layout man's layout man. These roughs come from his...
The Institute of Fine Arts at NYU Great Hall Exhibition Series will present Graphic Objects: Elaine Lustig Cohen’s Sculptural Works, a solo exhibition featuring works by artist and graphic designer Elaine Lustig Cohen. The first public display of Lustig Cohen’s sculptural reliefs and box-like sculptures, this exhibition runs in conjunction with Masterpieces and Curiosities:...
What makes Oliver Jeffers tick, create, and keep on keepin' on? We find out in this fanboy q&a session with the man himself.
Thirty-two common design violations, each with an appropriate penalty, with plenty of room for improvisation.