In this fourth installment of John Foster's "Late Bloomer" series, read about poster and package designer Roy Burns.
Editor’s Note: The following article is the third in a four-part series by John Foster about design’s “Late Bloomers.” Read Part 1 and Part 2. The design field, much like all creative industries, is obsessed with youth. Now, more than ever, we look to see who the next supernova talent will be, burning brightly right...
Check out the gorgeous package design by Riley Fouts, a.k.a. Madame Scodioli, who is also the model for the bearded lady on her line of soap and perfumes.
John Foster presents the first in a series of articles about "late bloomers," designers who reached their prime later in life.
Designer and gigposter aficionado John Foster has been in the biz more than 20 years, and divulges his 10 tips for designing your best music, band posters.
The work streaming out of small-town printing shop Hammerpress is being seen all over. Take a minute to learn how this shop has stayed true to its roots to sustain success over the years.
What are some crazy things clients say? John Foster has collected a variety of responses, covering everything from payment to odd Photoshopping requests.
Felix Pfäffli, a Swiss-based graphic, poster designer, shows how doing amazing design work can help you gain the freedom you desire—on an international level.
Illustrator/designer Greg Pizzoli pulls back the curtain on children's book publishing, a part of the industry where a precious few manage to make it.