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These examples of Chinese stamps are from a stamp book that my parents brought back years ago. There’s something very soothing and satisfying about the design of postage stamps — so small, so intimate.
Have trouble being creative under the gun? This workshop helps foster inspiration by teaching designers how to make mistakes on purpose. “Here’s what to do when it’s too late to go walking in the woods, get burrs stuck in your …
Steven Heller gives us an inside look into his past with these pictures from his youth. These are pictures of my youth before memory, during memory and after memory. They’re in the boxes marked “do not discard.” I’m sure you all have those boxes.
In winter, you can contemplate infinite variations of a single hue: All the shades inherent in white, gray, blue, how each edges into the next. The light enters the sky at a wholly different angle, producing unusual shadows, always racing …
Monograms and signets are beautiful typographic delights that require a keen design sense and a calligraphic hand. Get inspired by these German specimens from Max Körner’s Das Neue Monogram und Zeichenwerk (c.1950).
How many times has this happened to you? You’re in Paris taking a brief nap at your zoo job and a walrus, who looks uncannily like you, steals your keys, locks you in the cage and puts on all of your clothes.
From Jacob Landau to Andy Warhol, the past 90 years worth of winners in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards reads likes a Who’s Who. Next month the Mahady Gallery at Marywood University is hosting The Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition for Northeast Pennsylvania.