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Sagmeister. Scher. Bierut. Everyone gets their start somewhere. For you, it could be Print’s Regional Design Annual.
Here, for your moment of eye candy Zen, is Sagmeister & Walsh's latest project—a massive campaign launch for Frooti, one of India's largest mango juice brands.
Take a second and think of the rock stars of design--who pops into your head? Stefan Sagmeister? Debbie Millman? Aaron Draplin? James Victore? What if you could hear their stories? What if you could laugh with them and learn from them? Well here's your chance! Graphic Content author Brian Singer sits down with PRINT...
AIGA celebrates its centennial year with an exquisite exhibition at Museum of Design Atlanta culled from the organization’s archives. Find out more about this historic assemblage.
A notable quote from Stefan Sagmeister, illustrated by Seymour Chwast—number 127 in a weekly series. Submit a quote in the comments (or on Twitter or Facebook), and it will be considered for a future column. For more Seymour Chwast, check out The Last Word, his illustrated column in Print magazine, available from MyDesignShop.com.
Stefan Sagmeister returns to the HOW Design Live stage for the first time in more than a decade. Stefan talks with Debbie Millman about his years without clients, the difference between design and art, and happiness.
Today we pay tribute to Lou Reed, who died Sunday, with this famous “Set the Twilight Reeling” poster by Stefan Sagmeister from 1996. Check out the packaging for the album here. Via Sagmeister & Walsh.
Stefan Sagmeister has a thing for self-exposure. When he launched his firm 20 years ago, clients received a postcard of the designer wearing dress socks and nothing else. (A black bar kept him from running afoul of the Comstock Act.) It became his personal brand. Last May, when he changed the name of his studio...
On January 8, Stefan Sagmeister’s “The Happy Show” opened at the Design Exchange in Toronto, where it will be on display until March 3. Toronto is the second venue for this exhibition, which The New York Times called “a virtual funhouse of didactic interactive displays.” It drew large crowds at the Institute for Contemporary...