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And if you want a chance to be included in our magazine, Call for Entries 22 has opened. This show is open to professionals and students in photography, graphic design, fine art and illustration. Enter now!
The films will be premiered at a free Advertising Week event on Tuesday, September 28 from 7:00–9:00 pm at the ADC Gallery in New York (includes drinks and hors d’oeuvres). After the premiere, the films will posted on YouTube Show & Tell.
For more information visit the ADC.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
The Project launches Wednesday, September 8th.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
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Monday, August 30, 2010
|Plates! by Kyle T. Webster|
First up: Plates! by talented illustrator Kyle T. Webster. Kyle follows up his minimalist White Lines with a colorful and invigorating exercise in choosing condiments.
|Graphic Design Quiz by Scott Fisk|
You can buy both these apps on iTunes.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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The piece, titled Palindrome, was recently installed in a near-by Tube station. I would easily miss my train, being so entranced by the work.
It’s also great to see an institution be willing to play with their logo as well.
Found via Creative Review
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Books on Tape from jason holley on Vimeo.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
|Drawing by Susan Kare. Image by Apple|
Now Apple has donated the original source code of MacPaint and QuickDraw to the Computer History Museum, which is even available for download. For those of us who are less interested in code, the Museum tells the history of these revolutionary programs.
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Thursday, July 8, 2010
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Thursday, June 3, 2010
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Friday, May 21, 2010
Creative Quarterly will attending and we hope to see you there!
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Last night we attended the opening of AIGA’s Design Journeys: You Are Here. It was a lively opening, with guests interacting with the exhibit. The Design Journey project celebrates “the achievements of 25 selected practitioners, but also encouraging aspiring designers from all backgrounds to consider design as a viable and rewarding career. The resulting show, an interactive exhibition open to the public,” will be on display through July 23.
One of the people included in this project is illustrator/design/artist Edel Rodriguez. Interviewed by CQ’s design director Charles Hively, Edel shared his design journey.
Presented by the AIGA
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Learn what it’s like out in the real world from some of the world’s most respected illustrators. Join us in an intense two-day event that will explore the ins-and-outs of promotion, provide self-defense tips on how to protect your work, give you direction on building a stronger web presence and share with you the three things every successful illustrator knows as well as talking about the do’s and don’ts of being a young illustrator. Learn more
Presented by CQ’s sister publication 3x3 Magazine
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“This will be the first time in the history of our market that we have offered a collection based upon a technology, rather than an artist or a theme," said Denise Bethel, director of the photographs department at Sotheby's in New York.
The 1,200 pictures, including both Polaroid and traditional photos, include 400 works by [Ansel Adams], who worked closely with the camera's inventor Edwin Land and began the photo collection at Land's request.” Read more
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Scrutinizing the history (and marketing) of razor blades seems a bit silly, but after spending a relatively large amount of money on a razor and constantly replenishing your stock of replacement blades, all the while sticking tiny pieces of tissue paper on yourself, it’s perhaps a pertinent question to ask: “Five Blades vs One Blade?”
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