Patrick Slack focuses on design influenced by art and technology. The New York based graphic designer working and living in New York is exploring his themes with precision and accuracy. Having received his BFA in Graphic Design from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California Slack rediscovers his craftsmanship with type-heavy attitude.To showcase his work we chose to feature a collaboration that speaks volumes. “Fringe Intermission is an exploration of space using the city as medium” writes Slack...

The San Francisco-based artist, graphic and landscape designer, and writer is a woman of great importance, therefore she is the latest in a series of portraits called Hall of Femmes. “We founded the project back in 2009 when we realised that as designers, we had few female role models. We couldn’t find much information about female designers in the history books so to satisfy our own curiosity we began to do research and found designers who had made their marks on design history — credited or uncredited” ...

Type with Pride is a typography project with a loud, colorful message which celebrates life. The life of artist, LGBT activist and Rainbow Flag creator Gilbert Baker who passed away on March 31, 2017. To honor his memory, NewFest and NYC Pride partnered with Ogilvy & Mather’s design team and created a font inspired by the Rainbow Flag named ‘Gilbert’ for a man who was both an artist and an LGBTQ activist, known for helping friends create banners for protests and marches....

Ever since 1920 when the first medal of AIGA—the most distinguished in the field— was awarded to Norman T. A. Munder this award is the Holy Grail which typographers and graphic designers long for. Destined for individuals who have set standards of excellence over a lifetime of work or have made individual contributions to innovation within the practice of design this trophy is part of the history made for and with Graphic Design....
 

“If you’re a communicator, you communicate through whatever means” says Anthony Burrill in Creative Review as he shares his insights in living with creativity. Burrill’s latest book, published by Penguin, “Make It Now!” is both a memoir and a guide for how to make it as a designer while also living your life with decency and humor.
“If you’re stuck for an idea, have a big decision to handle or need a new perspective on a problem, here are some approaches for thinking, communicating and creativity...

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