Category Archives: design

Dear 20-something Girl(friend)s,

Dear 2o-something girl(friend)s, This week I saw many of you, as I visited a college town, during its graduation weekend. It would be wonderful if this entry was as prolific as the famous Wear Sunscreen which Mary Schmich published in … Continue reading

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Unable to Post Anything Else

Apprehensive About Wild Things, originally posted Sunday, September 27, 2009 I love Where the Wild Things Are. I am a fan of anything Maurice Sendak touches. Those who know me well, know I collect his books and edition prints … the rarer … Continue reading

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Dear Hillman Curtis

Thank you for your Artist Series. Thank you for making the faces and voices of my design heroes something I could easily share with my students. Thank you for making a film, for Adobe, of one of my favorite people … Continue reading

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IKEA UPPLEVA is UPLIFTING

IKEA UPPLEVA

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Print Big!

This weekend I took Z down to Atlanta Printmaker’s Studio for Print Big 2012. As you can see by these images she had a wonderful time. Thanks to APS for putting on a wonderful event.

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Damn Good Advice, from my buddy George

The 6th Floor: ‘Damn Good Advice’ By AREM DUPLESSIS, Published: February 17, 2012 George Lois, ad man extraordinaire, is at it again.

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Drink Coffee

29 WAYS TO STAY CREATIVE from TO-FU on Vimeo.

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DON’T Stretch Before Running

In Typography, especially early Typography classes — I ask students how they would feel if they worked for a long time a photograph, painting, illustration, logo, etc., and someone took it and squashed or stretched it. Here is a photo … Continue reading

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