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Interactive Typographic Wall to Experience Creating

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“So Me Thing is an interactive installation that Studio Spass has created for the exhibition Do it at Kunsthal Rotterdam 2015.” Studio Spass is a Rotterdam, Netherlands-based agency that focus on print, branding, animation and design. Jaron Korvinus and Daan Means founded the studio in 2008. The personality of theContinue Reading

June 17, 2016
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The Evolution of Your Favorite Celebrity

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One of the major industries in the planet is Hollywood, ‘the entertainment capital of the world.’ Throughout the more than 100 years we have been delighted with many familiar faces that somewhat became our favorite celebrities. Our famous actors have been heroes, villains, crazies, comedians, mobsters and even elfs …Continue Reading

June 16, 2016
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Design with a Lot of Pride

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Pride month is here and we should all celebrate it by showing our support for human equality. This blog post is dedicated to LGBT community and to all the designers concerned to reinforce this support to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community by designing Pride-themedContinue Reading

June 15, 2016
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The Excitement of Abstractic Neo Waves

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It is always stimulating to explore the field of science. “The excitement that science possess is its ability to answer the big questions,” said Lynne McTaggart, from the book The Field: The Quest for the Secret of the Universe. What if we put two excitements together: science and design? ThisContinue Reading

June 14, 2016
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The Quotes of Seymour Chwast

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Sometimes a good quote can inspire you, make your day, or open up your mind and make you think. A quote has the power to change a person perspective and is useful when differentiating opinions from reality. Throughout the past years, I’ve been buying the monthly issues of PRINT magazineContinue Reading

June 13, 2016
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Tina’s Felted Flock Installations

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“Look at a pigeon the same way that you would look at a rose, or a bed of wildflowers. They are beautiful and unique, with each one being different from the rest. It is a privilege to have them around us.” These are the words of Tina Trachtenburg who isContinue Reading

June 12, 2016
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A Glimpse of Paris’ Past

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In 1989 the most horrifying thing happened to the classical beauty of Paris. It got a modern glass pyramid placed in the middle of its art temple: The Louvre. Parisians hated it. It was modern; it was an ancient Egyptian symbol of death; and its architect was not French enough.Continue Reading

June 11, 2016
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Illustrating Soccer Stars by Leo Natsume

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Summer 16 or Soccer 16? Well, literary its both but we can all agree that soccer is taking over this summer. Not only is the Copa America Centenario being celebrated in the US but we also have the Eurocup, Olympics, and Russia 2018 qualifiers. This summer will be full ofContinue Reading

June 10, 2016
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The Magic of A Typewriter

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Rachel Mulder is a contemporary American artist from a small town in Wisconsin, She is the daughter of two factory workers, who have influenced her methodical and unique work. No doubt she is a master of creating beautiful, impactful prints in small and large scale by using a typewriter. SheContinue Reading

June 9, 2016
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Seymour Chwast Anti-War Book Protests 5,000 Years of War

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“Everyone wanted a homeland without neighbors and to live their entire lives in the interval between wars.” This simple line is from “A Version of Events,” one of my favorite poems by Polish poet Wyslava Szymborska. What strikes a cord is the romantic idea of wanting to live an entireContinue Reading

June 8, 2016
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Who Ya Got? by Davide Barco

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With the NBA Finals going on, we often check for the most updated information online. Like many other sport freaks, I tend to always check the NBA Instagram page. If you are also into both basketball and design, you will recognize these beautiful illustrations that I will be showing youContinue Reading

June 7, 2016
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Paintings and Pumpkins and (Mirror) Rooms, Oh My!

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Yayoi Kusama has unveiled new artworks in her latest exhibition Yayoi Kusama in the Victoria Miro Gallery in London. Through pattern and repetition, Kusama’s new works reflect her lifelong preoccupation with themes such as infinite and sublime, as well as personal obsession. Known for her multi-disciplinary work, it’s no surpriseContinue Reading

June 6, 2016
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Sneaker Lines by Differantly Studio

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One of the most important figures in this world is a line. A line is the beginning of everything we make. Whether it’s the beginning of a sentence, we start a letter with a line; in the beginning of a drawing, we start with a line. There’re many concepts inContinue Reading

June 5, 2016
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Alana Dee Haynes’ Pattern Dissection

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For Brooklyn based artist and illustrator, Alana Dee Haynes, lines and patterns were her long waited epiphany. She studied Photography at FIT, where she constantly struggled with fashion and fashion photography assignments. Her rebellious spirit forced her to find her own style by mixing photography and illustration. The key? Patterns.Continue Reading

June 4, 2016
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Andrea Arroyo’s Boundless: The Women of the Mansion

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Opening tomorrow is the work of Mexican artist Andrea Arroyo. An outdoor exhibition of site-specific works created during Andrea Arroyo’s Artist Residency at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, the first of its kind for the museum. Visitors can engage with the artist as she works on-site through her residency, creating new piecesContinue Reading

June 3, 2016
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Dancing “In Full Swing”

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Stuart Davis was an American Modernist born in Philadelphia in 1892. He began his formal training in painting under Ashcan School, an American movement whose goal was to realistically portray the day-to-day life of New York. In 1913, Davis was one of the youngest painters to exhibit at the ArmoryContinue Reading

June 2, 2016
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