He's created murals for the likes of Facebook and Google. Meet Ian Ross, a San Francisco-based artist who is inspired by graffiti. Read this Q&A for how Ross honed his skills in this direction.
In HOW's March 2013 issue, we profile San Francisco-based design firm Office. Here, the Office team shares their 7-point manifesto for success.
Illustrator and designer Tad Carpenter has wowed us before. Check out his project, Sad Santa, an illustrated children's book and interactive site that's playful inside and out.
HOW decided to ask a handful of design professionals, “What's on your holiday wish lists?” The fabulous Debbie Millman obliged. We encourage you to grab a handkerchief before viewing, because you may drool a little — we did.
Christopher Dunn, freelance illustrator, designed the January 2013 cover of HOW magazine. He discusses his client list, what he does for inspiration and notable projects he's completed.
In 2008, Column Five founders started the design firm. Now they have made a name for themselves mastering the art of infographic design. The co-founders says that their success was not overnight. Dive into their stunning work!
The self-promotion issue of HOW magazine's cover is playful, kindly loud and perky. Meet the illustrator behind this cover — Shaw Nielsen.
For co-founders and T-shirt designers Aimée and Jeremy Miller, first came love then came Shultzilla — a design biz specializing in New Orleans-inspired apparel.
This My Best Work installment lets Stefan Bucher divulge his experiences about making a unique design interface, in a new medium.
In this My Best Work, Mikey Burton talks about how although his college thesis fell to pieces as a school project, its application in the real world was profitable.