Back in 1991, HOW asked 11 prominent designers: If you had to live with one typeface for the rest of your life, which one would it be?
Paula Scher discusses chaotic map paintings, identity design and the state of the industry.
Sagmeister. Scher. Bierut. Everyone gets their start somewhere. For you, it could be Print’s Regional Design Annual.
Years in the making, Paula Scher's latest collection of obsessive and minutely detailed map paintings and prints is now on view in her exhibition "U.S.A."
With a stellar international panel headed up by Paula Scher, HOW Design Live 2015 will be better than ever.
Chris Cashdollar leads the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website redesign, crafting a user experience to a global audience.
After Hurricane Sandy, many New York City beaches were devastated by storm damage. Pentagram, through a large signage and environmental graphics campaign, have aided the effort in revitalizing these beaches in time for summer. Via Co.Design.
Very cool “Best of Jazz” poster from 1979 by Paula Scher. Via Behance.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art and curator Kathryn Bloom Hiesinger announce a unique pairing of two distinct design legacies, but with at least one thing in common: The designers are married. “Double Portrait: Paula Scher and Seymour Chwast, Graphic Designers,” on view from December 2 through April 14, 2013, reveals their distinctions and commonalities...
By Paula Scher As promised, the following are my thoughts about future AIGA competitions (shows) and a response to the 160 plus posts to my recent article on Imprint “AIGA: Unjustified”. 1. Are Design Competitions an “elitist system”? I owe my career to the AIGA. I am a beneficiary of the exposure that comes...