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An Ordinary Space


The Big Table Gallery is an interactive space in the Baltimore Museum of Art that changes themes on a regular basis to correspond to the collection and rotating exhibit in the museum’s Contemporary Wing.

20 Families That Went Totally Overboard for Halloween


For most people a simple Jack-o’-lantern on the front porch is enough for Halloween. Then there are families like these.

Scott Snibbe on Music Apps + Eyegroove


Music and design are near and dear to many of us. But most of us have yet to fully integrate the two as seamlessly as Scott Snibbe.

When Saul Bass Met Hitchcock


Today is the last day to nab early-bird registration for Print’s Typography & Lettering Awards, judged by Paul Shaw and Jessica Hische. Enter your work and save!

This Week in Design: Oct. 31, 2014


Ideas. They are everywhere. And sometimes can’t be found anywhere. This week in design, we hope to bring some ideas to you while thinking about this big, creative concept.

Vintage Actions, Textures & Light Leaks for Members


Tom Anders is back with more premium photo effect Actions and textures for Access All Areas members! His Vintage Bundle is a collection of 25 sophisticated Photoshop Actions to give your photos cool tints and effects, along with 6 bonus high resolution textures and 10 bright light leaks.

Posters By The Gross


Richard Niessen of Holland’s Niessen and de Vries is a master poster designer. His posters were recently displayed in an exhibition ‘A Hermetic Compendium of Typographic Masonry,’ which has given birth to a book, the topic of my conversation with him today.

This Incredible Dad Creates Halloween Costumes for His Wheelchair Bound Son


This Colorado stepdad is a real champ. For the last 3 years he’s been creating fantastic costumes for his wheelchair bound stepson, who’s now 6 years old.

Adorable Anamorphic Chalk Creatures Make The Streets of Ann Arbor More Playful


For the past 13 years, street artist and illustrator David Zinn has been making his neighborhood a little bit brighter with temporary art.

“Let’s Put Pumpkin in Everything!” The Numbers Behind The Pumpkin Foods We Love and Hate


The saying might not be “as American as ‘pumpkin pie’ ,” but it might as well be. With autumn comes the wafting scent of the famous desert, along with a growing cornucopia of pumpkin based creations, from sweet treats to alcoholic drinks.

14 Festive Designs: Gifts, Websites, Awards, Invitation Design Projects & More


Have you heard about Print Celebrates Design? Sounds like we’re partying, doesn’t it? Well, we are! We’re singing about excellent wedding invitation design.

A Meditation on Balance: New Stone Work from Michael Grab


It takes a love of nature, a lot of patience, and very steady hands to create work like Michael Grab’s balanced stones.

Expert on Poster Design, Part 2


In part 1 of our interview with John Foster, principal and superintendent of Bad People Good Things LLC and author of several books including For Sale: Over 200 Innovative Solutions in Packaging Design and 1000 Indie Posters, we saw some of his best poster design and heard about his surprising and successful career.

The Billboard Extravagance


Billboards are a uniquely American form of advertising. Sure, there are roadside advertisements in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, etc.

What it’s Like to Spend 10 Hours Walking in NYC as a Woman


To truly understand someone, they say you need to “walk a mile in their shoes.” This shocking video certainly does that, bringing home the situation for women just about anywhere in Manhattan.

Bringing the Spirit of the Burning Man Temple to Northern Ireland


Every year since 2000, the Burning Man gathering has featured a massive wood structure called the “Temple”.

Understanding The Creative Battle: Steven Pressfield’s ‘The War of Art’


Anybody who works in the arts knows that to create art is to struggle. We must struggle against our medium and ourselves in order to do our best work.

This Guy Rode His Unicycle From Canada to Mexico to Fight Human Trafficking


As if the 2,755 mile Great Divide mountain bike trail from Banff, Canada to the Mexican border weren’t difficult enough, Gen Shimizu tackled it on a mountain unicycle!

Mixed Martial Artist Rory MacDonald Shares the Self-Expression Behind the Fight


  Creating a masterpiece takes hard work, dedication, and focus, and Rory MacDonald is doing that with his passion for martial arts.

Halloween Costume = Big Prizes from @FreshBooks


Here’s a good reason to dress up for Halloween — FreshBooks is having a contest and you could win: The gift of time: Get dinner delivered to your doorstep three times a week for a month to free up your evenings for rest and relaxation Cleaning, schmeaning: Take back your weekends by having a house cleaner come to declutter, clean, and get your life back in order The ultimate test drive: Experience life in the fast lane behind the wheel of a luxury car rental The spirit of Halloween future: Win gift certificates to ensure your future Halloweens are spooktacular!


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