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  • 2002 Annual Design Review Packaging Best of Category

    .: Jill Schroeder, president DESIGN Bamboo, Minneapolis: Kathy Soranno, principal; Jenney Stevens, designer; Judy Soranno, copywriter; Anna Smith, project coordinator MATERIALS|FABRICATION gallon and half-gallon labels: 50-pound semi-gloss stock, flexographic printing using UV inks with gloss-over laminate; pints and quarts: gravure printing on 65-percent machine direction-oriented shrink PVC, reverse-printed and applied image side against bottle HARDWARE|SOFTWARE Macintosh G4, QuarkXPress, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator next »

  • Perfect Pairings: A Revised Reading List

    Unjustified Texts: Perspectives on Typography by Robert Kinross with Metaphors We Live By by George Lakoff & Mark Johnson Contributed by Tina Smith 13. 

  • The Best from the London Design Festival

    The project is a collaboration between Grafik, SEA Design, GF Smith and Team Impression.

  • Tough Breaks

    However, Ray Nash, in his addendum on 19th-century American decorative typefaces, showed an undated Stencil Gothic from Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan.

  • Shedding Skins

    Their couch-with-a-coat is covered in a brown, pinstriped Paul Smith textile.

  • Charles Burchfield's Animated Spirit

    Read the first entry of “The Animated Eye,” about Jeff Smith’s upcoming film version of his epic Bone.

  • Observer: Encyclopedia Erratica

    There is no indication as to whom Howard Milton might be (he’s a co-founder of the British design company Smith & Milton) or why this single named example is so salient (it isn’t).

  • Giotto and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    The first entry of “The Animated Eye,” is about Jeff Smith’s upcoming film version of his epic Bone.

  • Keeping the Faith of Graffiti Art

    Smith High School, told me he’s worked as a printer at United Envelope for the past 34 years.

  • “Think With Your Hands.” The Words and Work of Stephen Doyle

    Favorite artists: Tom Friedman, Roxy Paine, Tony Cragg, Kiki Smith, Per Kirkeby, Tara Donovan, Fairfield Porter, Howard Hodgkin, David Hockney, Ai Weiwei, Olafur Eliasson, Yayoi Kusama for starters … Favorite city: I’m not a homebody, but after traveling to all the wonderful runners-up out there, there is truly no place like home when you live in New York.