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How to tactfully tackle a most delicate matter
If the left brain/right brain theory of creativity and reasoning is correct, we’re in trouble
A type experiment that responds to the environment
The iconic history of blue as taught by our own Jesisca Helfand in Portugal this fall
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Ben Schott about the importance of failing early in one’s career, about how to take a politician’s picture, and about writing and designing his own books.
A visit to the Design Exchange Boston [DxB] Conference
A brief visual history of the catcher’s mask
Looking back to the future of Singapore design
What’s the correct response to a paying client who rejects the job?
Steve Brodner reimagines Pennsyvlania’s Seventh Congressional District three (frightening) ways.
A new film from Jeff Scher commemorates composer Victor Ullman
Illustrator Oliver Munday revisualizes Florida’s Fifth Congressional District
Illustrator Lisa Congdon reveals that North Carolina’s Fourth Congressional District is a leafy sea monster.
Stanford bolsters its reputation in the arts with a new home for a private collection
Is okay to ask a client why a pitch was rejected? Probably not.
In this second installment of Hunter | Gatherer, Laura Tarrish opens the sketchbooks of three more illustrators
A design problem in dire need of reinvention
A peek into the private musings of some well-known illustrators
An abstract visual poem from Vanessa Place
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Petter Ringbom about his years at the creative agency Flat, and how he moved away from graphic design into filmmaking.