Supergraphics and Computer Art: Deborah Sussman and April Greiman in L.A.

The exhibition California’s Designing Women: 1896–1986—on view at the Autry National Center, in Los Angeles, until January 6, 2013—includes 225 objects by 46 women designers. There are ceramics, clothing, furniture, jewelry, textiles, and much more. Fortunately, the graphic arts are …

Bare Bodies, Mud Baths, and Beyond: Wet in Retrospect

In the late 1970s, bohemian hipsters on L.A.’s west side were getting Wet. Despite its small circulation, it became highly influential among local artists, designers, and architects. And now, “Making Wet: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing,” provides a sampling of …

Influence and Inspiration, Part 1: John Coy

[Editor's note: This is the first of two interviews with AIGA/LA's newest Fellow recipients. The second, with Jeri Heiden, is here.] Lee Clow was reinventing advertising. R/Greenberg Associates was inventing motion graphics. April Greiman was inventing PostModernism while running CalArts’s …