Featuring the unmistakable icons and typography of long-time collaborator James Victore, this clean site, developed by faculty member Peter Hobbs, showcases eye-popping student work that conveys the vibe of the school.
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From the Washington Post “Businesses find they can’t grow without branding.”
AIGA president Doug Powell describes the origins of a new initiative called Design for Good.…Continue
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BROOKLYN MUSEUM — Capturing one’s true self through art was last year’s challenge. This year’s exhibition by 20 artists who have their own set of challenges — each have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD) and some have severe visual impairment
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PROSPECT PARK — BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn announces that Ailey II, the junior company of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, will perform Alvin Ailey’s Revelations at Celebrate Brooklyn! (Prospect Park Bandshell, Ninth Street and Prospect Park West) on
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by Amy Graver
What’s your approach to balancing work and life? One day at a time. Sometimes, one hour at a time or one deep breath at a time. I no longer strive to be perfectly balanced or to reach perfection, I just do the best I can.…Continue
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This retailer of vintage modern furniture is always looking for ways to expand their small but loyal customer base; Salt Lake City-based Richter7 created this series of posters to speak directly to its audience. Placed in eclectic shops and galleries—exactly the kinds of places frequented by fans of this style of furniture—the posters have been so well received that the…Continue
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This user-focused exhibition, an exploratory form of digital curation, shares the work of artists receiving grants in dance, film/video, music, theater and visual art and allows visitors to guide the experience.
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Sol Rezza, one of the must well known Latin-American sound artistes (born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1982), premieres a new conceptual album called “SPIT”. This artwork is about 47 minutes long; nevertheless, the album includes aswell the 4 parts of the whole (“Paradox”, “Aerangis Confusa”, “Revolution as a Loop”, and ”…Continue
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Via Digital Buzz Blog: OK Go teams with Google to create an interactive HTML 5 experience in their latest music video.
The first video in a two-part series by Jessica Hische and Russ Maschmeyer on building a Web page using a good text editor.
Truth. Definitely stranger than fiction. And funnier: “…Continue
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“Janey, you awake?” my husband asked me at 5am. “No am fast asleep fuck off” I answered, truth was I was wide awake, I was wriggling about and doing pretzel shapes and trying to switch my brain off. One minute I was drifting off into a submerged world of shifting memories, me and my dog Major galloping at speed across Greenfield park, then my mammy standing beside the sink dabbing my face with a cloth then I was suddenly awake again...like I was falling through layers of my life and getting…Continue
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“Shot in studio matching the lighting to be placed on the outside background.”
“Personal. Big day at the beach, 4 models, 4 assistants, 5 hours shooting, 1 creative director and 1,000 people watching. Best portrait of the shoot.”…Continue
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The Canadian Olympic Team began competing in the modern Olympic Games in the early 1900s and its more-than-a-century of stories, themes and iconography influenced this comprehensive rebrand by North Yorkshire, England-based designer Ben Hulse. The new strategy focuses on the team rather than the committee and delivers a classic sports brand with fresh appeal through an impressive…Continue
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This iPad-friendly presence, for and by photographer Dana Neibert, is fluid and engaging, 100 percent HTML and incorporates Dana’s stock photography collection and his weekly journal entries.…Continue
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1. What inspires you these days?
The awesomeness of kids!, how they draw and how they look at things. Their…
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