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The 1977 EPA Graphic Standards System Reissue 40 Years Later

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40 years after the limited 1977 EPA Graphic Standards System was released, Jesse Reed and Hamish Smyth are reissuing the rare manual as a hardcover book. What is this and why would you care? Here is a quick (and important) history lesson about the environment in the U.S.: Two eventsContinue Reading

May 22, 2017
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Does the Color ‘Red’ belong to Liberals or Conservatives?

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Color has no inherent meaning. Outside of ourselves one shade of red means nothing versus another. Every wavelength inherently avoids sending a message, except for the ideologies people apply to them. This was seen rather prominently during the most recent U.S. election. Donald Trump wore the now infamous red “MakeContinue Reading

May 21, 2017
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Proposals For Trump’s Wall are Rolling In and It’s a Mess

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We’ve all heard it, we’ve all scoffed at it, and we’ve all dismissed it – Trump’s proposal to put up a wall along the US-Mexico border. Now, this ridiculous idea is slowly creeping a little bit closer to reality, as companies have begun submitting proposals for possible wall design ideas.Continue Reading

May 19, 2017
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Donald Trump at the Frieze Art Fair

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Donald Trump was in town last week in two different ways: in person and on canvas. We all know New Yorkers were delighted to see Donald Trump on canvas rather than in person. While many protesters (unhappily) welcomed the commander in chief, across the bridge there were art enthusiasts viewingContinue Reading

May 11, 2017
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Quibble and Hearty, a Children’s Picture Book by Lucy Blackwell

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Quibble and Hearty is a children’s picture book written and illustrated by Lucy Blackwell. It’s a modern rhyming fable about the importance of friendship, sharing and caring for the world around us. Lucy Blackwell is one of the most creative people I’ve worked with. We first met during our collegeContinue Reading

Celebrating Earth Day Through the MLS Adidas x Parley Jerseys

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A couple days from Earth Day, it was great seeing how the Major League Soccer (MLS) took the initiative to commemorate this event. Making the earth a better place is a goal we should all contribute to and take seriously. In addition to all MLS teams hosting green initiative events,Continue Reading

April 26, 2017
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Do You Know of Any Black Designers?: Diversity in Design

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Where Are All of the Black Designers? In 2017, I ask you: Where are all the black designers? I can count one, and that’s me. ONE. Okay, but where is everyone else? Can you think of one prominent designer that is black? I don’t know about you, but it’s feelsContinue Reading

April 13, 2017
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Female Designers from ESU Use 3D Printing Technologies to Create Prosthetics for Muscovy Duck

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As an alumni of East Stroudsburg University, I am so proud to share with you the fascinating work that has been created in the sake of helping the community using 3D Printing technologies. When I say community, I mean the animal community and mother nature. You see, a Muscovy duck,Continue Reading

April 7, 2017
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Trump’s Attack on The Arts

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President Trump has released the first proposed federal budget of his presidency and surprise surprise, it looks like “the arts” are on the chopping block. You know what isn’t: Defense and National Security. Although it’s largely just for show, as most president’s first proposed federal budgets are usually “dead-on-arrival,” it’sContinue Reading

April 3, 2017
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“No Borders” Is Your Chance to Help Artists Help Refugees

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Now more than ever, we need to support those in need that are experiencing injustices, especially refugees. On Sunday, April 2, we have an opportunity. “No Borders: A Benefit Exhibition to Support the ACLU & International Refugee Assistance Project” features over 100 prints, drawings, paintings, and sculptures donated by artistsContinue Reading

March 31, 2017
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50 T-shirts. 50 Artists

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50 of the world’s most influential designers & illustrators have come together to create an exclusive t-thirt collection. What’s better? 50% of the proceeds go to UK charity Trekstock, to support young adults with cancer. So who are some of those 50 artists? Alec Doherty, Trevor Jackson, Hey Studio, Mucho,Continue Reading

March 18, 2017
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This Little Girl is Taking Over Wall Street for International Women’s Day

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There are many things to celebrate during the month of March. One of the biggest things that we sure haven’t been quiet about is Women’s History Month. For those of you who can walk around Wall Street in NYC, you may have noticed something new – another statue in additionContinue Reading

March 16, 2017
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A Welcoming Design by Steven Heller and Ross MacDonald

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Being an immigrant himself, illustrator Ross MacDonald’s immediate response to President Trump’s first executive order on immigration was to design and hand print a piece of protest art. The first version of the art consisted of a powerful illustration of the Statue of Liberty’s hand and torch surrounded by aContinue Reading

March 15, 2017
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A Year of Yes: When an O’Keefe Grabs Back

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A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum began last year, October at the Brooklyn Museum and continues until early 2018. This is a perfect show for Women’s History Month. In this show, the history of feminism and feminist art are celebrated. The works of groundbreaking female artistsContinue Reading

March 10, 2017
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State of Exception: A Reminder About Immigrants and Refugees

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In light of the recent immigration and refugee issues in the US and around the world, it’s imperative now more than ever that we do everything we can to protect our friends and neighbors regardless of their ethnicities, background, and citizenship status, from hate and bigotry. I recently came acrossContinue Reading

March 8, 2017
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100 Posters by 100 Artists Over the First 100 Days…

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Throughout history, posters have been the perfect media to express almost any message. From advertising a film, to sell products, events, or ideologies, posters have the power to move and touch masses. Today we present a selection from a collection of 100 posters created by 100 artists over the firstContinue Reading

March 7, 2017
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