An artist, community leader and icon of the creative world, Timothy Goodman pushes the limits of what being a designer means.
In-house designers, we wouldn’t be surprised if you find yourself applying to be a part of the team at The Houston Zoo after learning more about their work. In the video below, creative director Kirsten Ufer of the in-house design team at The Houston Zoo reflects on one of her team’s biggest successes and how they celebrated that success....
Lesli Ink hand-drew gilded initials for each of its 200 clients, forging a personal connection with the recipients. See the hand-drawn letters for yourself.
Design firm Gravillis Inc. creates seriously cool posters, including movie and television poster design for huge productions like Inglourious Basterds.
Neenah Paper’s support is helping the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum take advantage of its new space to inspire the next generation of designers.
Neltner Small Batch, a design firm nestled in Kentucky, brings a craft beer café to life by nodding to the brewhouse history of Cincinnati.
One of the most incredible and amazing intersections of music, art, engineering and pure fun can be experienced by watching the pop band, OK Go’s video for their song “This Too Shall Pass”.
This My Best Work installment lets Stefan Bucher divulge his experiences about making a unique design interface, in a new medium.
In the September 2011 issue of HOW, we asked renowned designer Chip Kidd to write about what he considers his best work. Read about this project that he describes as "quite a geek’s dream come true."
Designer Roger Black shares his memorable experience with MIT (one of the smartest clients), and tells why he chose to talk about his work on their website in "My Best Work."