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With the almost constant stream of Kickstarter campaigns, it’s sometimes hard to decide which to follow, let alone which to support. The AIGA Design for Good project by the Portland chapter is one that’s not only inspiring, but also worth …
You might have your own desk, but co-working and sites that allow designers to share ideas and for creatives to gather are on the rise – especially in large cities where space is a luxury that almost no one can …
“Paradoxically, it is true that your brain will develop habit patterns and decide what’s good and bad in the art that you’re making. And as your brain is making those decisions you will not find the letter “o” in the alphabet; you may end up sticking around “b” and never get past it because you did not want something peculiar to happen.”
I broke my foot. Don’t ask. It’s my right foot too. And it’s the beginning of the summer. Oh, yeah, and absolutely no driving. I’m stuck here in the house feeling kind of like Jimmy Stewart in Rear Window except …
I’m always impressed with creatives who look at an everyday object and can see how they can change that object to make something entirely different. Often, it’s something so neat and enticing, you wish you’d done it yourself. Diem Chau’s …
Today, a March on Washington seems benign, but in 1963, it required a thoughtful plan that kept the message tight, organized and easily communicated to the masses – loud and clear.
Minneapolis agency FAME got cooking when it tackled an identity design for growing restaurant chain MyBurger. See this award-winning design project.
We encounter billboards on a regular basis. There are some that make us cringe and some that make clever use of the medium. We’ve seen other art projects with billboards that challenge people’s perceptions. And the billboards in “Art Moves,” …