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Objects of Devotion: Tom Sachs’ Exhibit Closes this Month

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Sculptor Tom Sachs‘ fourth show, “Object of Devotion,” will close this month at the Sperone Westwater Gallery. In this exhibit, he explores the culture of making, taking handmade objects transforming them into cabinets of curiosities, also known as wunderkammern. The wunderkammern was a tradition in sixteenth century that showcased their experiments and interestsContinue Reading

October 14, 2017
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Design Inspiration: Illustrator Petra Eriksson

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What is life without a little color and patterns? That is the essence behind Illustrator Petra Eriksson‘s portraits and illustrations, capturing the attention of companies and publications like Refinery 29, Vice, and WIRED UK. Despite earning her degree in Graphic Design at Berghs School of Communication, she felt pulled to illustrate fullContinue Reading

October 13, 2017
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Design Inspiration: Valerio Pellegrini’s Infographic for WIRED UK

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In my opinion, WIRED magazine has one of the most striking collections of accessible editorial design on news stands. In each issue, the overall design is impeccably consistent, original, and subtly rebellious with its vibrant color schemes and energetic graphics. Today’s design inspiration is Valerio Pellegrini’s design for WIRED UK. Pellegrini’sContinue Reading

October 8, 2017
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Print Magazine Features Anita Bartolini’s Design for Catcher in the Rye Tribute

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Most people, at some point, have heard of J. D. Salinger’s book Catcher in the Rye. Its a classic piece of literature that challenges our perspective on innocence, growing up, and sexual exploration. To add, for some reason, Catcher in the Rye always had an attractive cover, my particular favorite,Continue Reading

October 7, 2017
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Famed Typographer and New Yorker Alan Peckolick Dies at 76

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Iconic Typographer, Graphic Designer, and Painter Alan Peckolick left a legacy of iconic typographic work when he passed away this August. As a typographer, he created identities for a wide range of companies, like Revlon, Mercedes-Benz, and institutions such as New York University. At 76 years old, he never let his condition,Continue Reading

October 6, 2017
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Ryan Gosling and SNL Makes Fun of James Cameron’s Logo for Avatar

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This past weekend NBC’s Saturday Night Live playfully jabbed at one of the most criticized fonts in the industry, Papyrus. As Actor Ryan Gosling hosted SNL’s return for its 43rd season, he also starred in a pre-taped sketch of a man who can’t get over the fact that the logoContinue Reading

October 3, 2017
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Get Your Design Critiqued by Stefan Sagmeister

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If you had the opportunity to receive advice from one of the most well-known graphic designers alive, would you send your work to them? If you’re a graphic designer looking to improve, the answer is probably yes. Earlier this year, Graphic Designer Stefan Sagmeister started using his Instagram account asContinue Reading

October 1, 2017
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Open Dialogue: Ruben Hughes, Photographer and Content Strategist

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Whenever I enter Ruben Hughes’ home, I cannot help but feel like a stranger entering an exhibit, despite the fact that I was entering my cousin’s living space. This modestly sized apartment invites a penetrating, yet calming light that is a photographer’s dream come true. Everything here is artistic andContinue Reading

September 25, 2017
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Imaginary Forces Wins 2017 Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Design

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Imaginary Forces, a studio that specializes in visual storytelling and brand strategy, won this year’s Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Design for Netflix’s original series Stranger Things. Back in April, I expressed my love for this moody, typographic title sequence, and now overjoyed that it received the attention it deserved. ThisContinue Reading

September 22, 2017
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Illustrator James Jean’s Breathtaking Posters for Aronofsky’s Mother!

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James Jean’s haunting images of Jennifer Lawrence pulling her heart out has gripped the attention of movie goers world wide. Black Swan Director Darren Aronofsky tweeted this poster for his newly released film back on Mother’s Day this year, anticipating its release. Mother! is officially in theaters, and more posters have been broughtContinue Reading

September 17, 2017
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MoMA Recreates Yayoi Kusama’s Life in New Children’s Book

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Yayoi Kusama’s work is vibrant, eccentric, and an all-consuming polka-dot experience. Her work has captured the attention of many around the world, and now, children will be able to learn more about this contemporary Japanese artist in a new book, Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity. Released by the Metropolitan Museum ofContinue Reading

September 15, 2017
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Medium Switches Logo, But For How Long Will It Last?

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Within two years after the release of Medium’s previous logo change, the online publishing platform has found another face for its company. In 2015, Medium opted for a more colorful, three-dimensional logo that received a lot of backlash for its lack of originality and vague message. Now, in 2017, theyContinue Reading

September 8, 2017
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Watch Your Favorite Creatives in Action on Twitch

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Bored to death, I turned on my boyfriend’s old Xbox 360 to watch YouTube while I cooked. While scrolling through his feed, something caught my eye, “Illustrator Shawna X Live Stream.” Um, yes, please! But of course, it wasn’t live streamed. This video is a little over a year old.Continue Reading

September 6, 2017
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YouTube Embraces Itself in New Rebrand

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“We have the word tube in a tube. This is weird. No one knows what this is,” Christopher Betti, an Art Director at YouTube, said in a recent Verge article on the logo change. Now that he mentions it, I don’t have a connection to YouTube’s original logo. Although it successfully suggested theContinue Reading

September 4, 2017
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Bringing Ukiyo-e to Life

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For centuries, Ukiyo-e mesmerized the world. This traditional Japanese art genre dominated Japanese culture between the 17th and 19th century, capturing unique landscapes, informal slice-of-life sceneries, and historical stories. Today, Animator Segawa Junki has brought to life these iconic pieces of art in an quirky and surreal manner. Junki, alsoContinue Reading

August 31, 2017
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Coco-Cola Unveils The World’s First Robotic Billboard

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Billboards are the most significant appeal of walking through Times Square, other than the hoards of people. At a massive scale, in Times Square, they advertise the hottest products, the news, and even broadcasts live events. These large bright screens define the commercial appeal of Manhattan, and now they areContinue Reading

August 28, 2017
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