HOW Design Live 2018 is happening in Boston. Will you be there?
Register by Feb. 1 for the best price. Some people think that digital art is a shortcut to making oil paint. Think again. Boston-based illustrator, designer and artist Pat Hines is a master of Microsoft Paint. From portraits of Bill Gates to serene landscapes, Hines has gotten a lot of rightly deserved hype around his work. Referred to as the “high realist” Paint artist—his artwork is work. He has devoted 15 year
You survived 2016 without having your head explode. So congratulations: You deserve at least one book by and about artists of comic strips, comic books and graphic novels. And here are some recommendations for designers who may also be animation addicts, history and/or biography fans, the politically and/or satirically oriented, the internationally inclined, eggheads, and/or just oddballs. And again: This was the oddest of oddball years, wasn’t it? See you in the funny papers
Name: Zipeng Zhu Website: http://zz-is.it/ Location: New York City Design school attended: SVA (School of Visual Arts) How would you describe your work? EXUBERANT, COLORFUL, RELENTLESS. Where do you find inspiration? Mostly the little connections between things, and I love a good pun. Who are some of your favorite designers or artists? Designers – Sascha Lobe, Eike König, Mirko Borsche Artists – Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama ^This question is so difficult… Do you have a favorite
Graphic designers tend to be a tactile bunch. As we spend ever more of our workdays interfacing with plastic screens, the experience of caressing textured, letterpressed, and embossed papers becomes even more precious and valuable. Conversely, the thought of visiting a museum, with all of its glass-encased objects and hovering guards, loses a bit of its appeal. But in the A+D Architecture and Design Museum’s latest show in downtown Los Angeles, touching everything is not only