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Infographic popularity continues to increase and, to that end, new business ventures focusing on the organizational artform continue to grow and develop.
Do you ever have one of those weeks where you just feel like you need some career advice? The end of summer always feels like the right time.
Editor’s Note: In this series, Steven Brower, former creative director of Print, educator and program director, explores graphic design MFA programs across the country.
The countdown is on for the best web design event of the year. The first installment of the HOW Interactive Design Conference, in Washington, D.C.
With the DIY and handmade look continuing to be seen everywhere, do you find yourself wanting to take a crack at hand lettering?
How much do you know about design copyright laws, trademarks and design patents? If you’re a graphic designer, it’s crucial to understand the intricacies of intellectual property rights and fair use policies.
Access All Areas members can now get a taste of the awesome goodies available from The Hip Shop—a popular Creative Market store by superstar designer Madebyvadim—thanks to a kind donation of his brand new Hip Apple device mockup templates.
And now for something uplifting about technology: My colleague, the ever patient Ron Callahan, Tech Administrator at SVA MFA Design/Designer as Author + Entrepreneur, has started his own entrepreneurial venture The Raspberry Heights Workshop, a computer learning opportunity for kids, based on the Raspberry Pi computer.
Next time you look through an IKEA catalogue remember this: 75% of those photos aren’t even photos. That’s right, from the incredibly natural looking interior ‘photographs’ to the product images themselves, many are actually very well done CGI renderings.
When it comes to exploring the vast unknown that is space, one of the biggest problems is, ironically, a lack of space.
Like a bizarre scene out of Gulliver’s Travels, Mexican artist Ricardo Solis illustrates animals being climbed over – and created – by Lilliputian figures.
A nice look at the form and shape of Chinese characters through Cai Peng portfolio. Check out more here.
A notable, anonymous quote, illustrated by Seymour Chwast—number 151 in a weekly series. Submit a quote in the comments (or on Twitter or Facebook), and it will be considered for a future column.
A World of Terror [periscopic.com] by Periscopic shows the reach, frequency and impact of about 25 terrorism groups around the world.
Alley-Kats began as an illustration-based clothing line in 2012 and has since grown to become a creative label also producing zines, journals and screen prints.
We’ve all been there. At some stage in a project, you and the client just don’t see eye to eye. Whether you disagree on the proposed budget for a project, the amount of time needed to complete the work, or the entire creative concept, you’ve got to find a way to sort through the differences, because running to your supervisor and saying, “It’s all their fault!
As I’ve been conducting research for my next book, I’ve discovered a treasure trove of interesting information about the symbolism of animals.
Macro photographs of insect eyes by Yudy Sauw Tittle: ~Robert Anton Wilson Wiki on Ommatidia Pro tip: Many insect-pollinated flowers contain ultraviolet pigments that only their pollinating insects (and perhaps birds) can see.
If the brutal insurgent force now ferociously battling in Iraq and Syria were treated as a common brand, its recent name changes would prompt major confusion.
Every two years in August, the Grand Palace in Belgium gets a stunning carpet of flowers. This year the central square was covered in around 750,000 begonias creating a stunningly bright display inspired by the Turkish Kilim and designed to honor the approximately 220 thousand Turks who came to Brussels half a century ago.