These “graphic” shirt designs may be a bit too much to handle on a Friday, but you still need to check out these limited edition shirts to see how one graphic designer found some inspiration in everyday items. The newest designs from Someshirt lets you wear your love of your computer on your sleeve. And Continue reading»
Creative minds cannot be limited to the nine-to-five, and for anyone who has had a Eureka moment in the grocery store checkout line only to forget it on the ride home, you need an app that can help you create wherever you are. Adobe Ideas can (and wants to) be that app. Newly updated, this Continue reading»
A few weeks ago, we wrote about the launch of the community-based website, The Beauty of Letterpress, that showcases various artist’s letterpress printing work. Since then, The Beauty of Letterpress has been going strong as many artists from around the world have uploaded images of their gorgeous letterpress work. From the “Love for Sale” tags Continue reading»
Nearly 150 years later, its logo was rumored to depict sinister qualities, leading to a lawsuit for defamation and a complete redesign.
Do you know the name of the company?
Mention the words “stock photography” to anyone in the design community and wait for the cringe. While there are plenty of high-quality exceptions, gaudy, fake imagery and videos run rampant online. I admit that prior to working at HOW, my own experiences with stock anything left something to be desired, but a new project from Continue reading»
The Ad Council is a private, non-profit organization that marshals volunteer talent from the advertising and communications industries, the facilities of the media, and the resources of the business and non-profit communities to deliver critical messages to the American public. The Ad Council produces, distributes and promotes thousands of public service campaigns on behalf of non-profit organizations and government agencies in issue areas such as improving the quality of life for children, preventive health, education, community well-being, environmental preservation and strengthening families.
You may have caught wind of the “Wood and Pulp” exhibition featuring the work of Damion Silver and Scotty Albrecht. Whether you have or haven’t, the artwork these two artists create from found materials is worth checking out. Presented by Colab, “Wood and Pulp” opens this Saturday, May 25th and will run until June 23rd Continue reading»
In case you missed it, the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum announced the recipients of the 14th annual National Design Awards program on May 9th. This prestigious award honors excellence and innovation across various design disciplines. A jury selected the following winners from nominations submitted by the general public: Lifetime Achievement: James Wines Design Mind: Continue reading»
Rebranding work is always interesting to me because it usually involves so many elements, such as combining a company’s history with contemporary design elements. Okay, I’ll come clean, I enjoy before and after scenarios, especially when it involves a well-known entity, such as the Mall of America. To rebrand the Mall of America for its Continue reading»