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  • Find a Mentor, Be a Mentor: Join the Creative Cult

    “Mentoring has always been such an important part of my career progression, and I whole-heartedly encourage everyone to have a guiding voice,” Cult art director Hannah Smith says.

  • 2001 Annual Design Review Graphics Best of Category

    “Although this book is certainly a catalog-in that one of the goals is to sell merchandise-it’s also the primary image/brand building tool for the store,” creative director and designer Allison Williams said. Allison Williams: Takashimaya is a unique shopping environment, and each year we endeavor to make the catalog an experience to savor. But in this instance perhaps the most important parameters of all were the clients’ consistent setting of the bar as high as possible, their respect for the creative process and their demand to always “take it to the next level.” client/company: Takashimaya New York: Corliss Tyler, executive vice president consultant design Design: M|W, New York: Allison Williams, creative director, art director, designer; J.

  • The Design and History of Tarot Cards, Part 2

    Acclaimed illustrator Lisa Sterle marries the symbolism of the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith deck with youthful, stylish characters and items from our modern lives.”

  • Who Put the El in Elwood?

    Smith, enter his wild and wonderful world at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass. Smith’s catalog: Elwood H. Smith is a perfect cartoon character’s moniker. And let’s not forget George Herriman’s “Krazy Kat,” “one of my biggest influences today,” Smith added. However, Smith didn’t take that route, either.

  • An Illustrated Book Show

    The exhibition also features the work of Rachel Hope Allison, Lisel Ashlock (below top), Joshua Bayer, Maria Berrio, You Byun, André da Loba, Matt Cavanaugh (above), Ray Jones, Yuriko Katori, YJ Lee, Youngsun Liu, John MacConnell, Heejin Roh, Nu Ryu, and Russ Spitkovsky.

  • 2005 Annual Design Review Graphics Design Distinction

    Design Browns (London): Jonathan Ellery, Lisa Smith, designers Client Channel 4 Television Materials Uncoated paper Fonts Din Software QuarkXPress Fishwrap No. 4 The cleverly named Fishwrap brings together editorial, design, illustration, and photographic talents from several departments at Art Center College of Design in a sexed-up literary magazine. Smith, Brody Larson, Aaron Frebowitz, Amy Etta Glaiberman, Elizabeth Azen, art direction and design; Heather Culp, photo editor Client Art Center College of Design Software QuarkXPress Walker Without Walls Campaign When the Walker Art Center closed for expansion in 2004, the midwestern cultural mecca launched a yearlong program of concerts, outdoor films, and miniature golf games in neighboring venues in the Twin Cities. Design Design: mw (New York): Yael Eisele, designer, art director; Allison Williams, principal; JP Williams, principal, creative director Client Melcher Media (New York) Software Adobe Illustrator; QuarkXPress Publikum Calendar During Milosevic’s regime in the former Yugoslavia, the local FIA Art Group launched a calendar as an outlet for artists, designers, and illustrators to project a “message of optimism.”

  • Image of the Day, September 24, 2012

    Spanish designers Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martín have launched a series of artworks by well-known designers and artists on the hexagonal packaging of Majorcan sweet pastry known as an ‘ensaimada’ for Ensaimadart Above, works by HORT, Coralie Bickford-Smith, Harry Pearce, Vince Frost, Javier Mariscal, and Alan Kitching.

  • 10 Historic Prints Available in the Magnum Photo Sale Benefitting NAACP

    I came across this young demonstrator, wrapped in a flag, protesting racism; behind him is Father Smith of San Antonio, a white Catholic priest who protested against injustice for most of his life.” Tommie Smith and John Carlos have given their Black Power salutes, and now it is the turn of Lee Evans, Larry James and Ron Freeman to echo the gesture of protest and raise their fists at the 400-meter medal ceremony.”

  • "Crazy Align" by Shake the Baron

    Allison & Nancy Mitchell Ricky Shabazz and the Boom Bap Boys & Three/21 Media 2012 “Crazy Align” available on the album Ghost Hits by Shake the Baron (digital release: June 12).

  • The Pleasures, Politics, and Proto-Feminisms of Pop Art

    The sessions were organized by Allison Unruh and Kalliopi Minioudaki, both Ph.Ds and independent art historians. Kalliopi Minioudaki and Allison Unruh in front of an Andy Warhol piece at the L.A. Allison Unruh: Kalliopi and I have been friends for years, and we’ve been looking for opportunities to collaborate. In part three, Allison and Kalliopi discuss what Pop has to do with today’s politics.

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